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Vote: Who should Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys sign first? Dak, Zeke or Amari

Cowboys QB Dak Prescott on Zeke Elliott hold out: We want him out here but that’s business

Cowboys QB Dak Prescott says has talked to holdout Zeke Elliott but understands his situation: We want him out here but that's business
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Cowboys QB Dak Prescott says has talked to holdout Zeke Elliott but understands his situation: We want him out here but that's business

Dallas Cowboys star running back Ezekiel Elliott, 24, is still holding out in Cabo San Lucas threatening to miss regular season games if he doesn’t get a new deal.

Meanwhile back home, quarterback Dak Prescott, 26, turned down a $30 million deal and is requesting $40 million on a new deal, which would be an NFL record.

Or what about receiver Amari Cooper? The 25-year-old is entering the final year of his rookie contract that will pay him a little more than $14 million per season. Could he be the NFL’s highest paid WR?

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By the numbers

Dak: 3 seasons, 10,876 yards passing, 67 TDs, 25 INTs, 66.1 percent completion, 3,625 passing per season, 226.5 yards per game, 189 carries, 944 yards rushing, 18 TDs, 315 yards per season

Last year with DAL: 16 games, 3,885 yards passing, 22 TDs, 8 INTs, 67.7 percent completion, 75 carries, 305 yars, 6 TDs

Zeke: 3 seasons, 868 carries, 4,048 yards rushing, 28 TDs, 1,349 yards per season, 101 yards per game, 135 catches, 1,199 yards receiving, 6 TDs, 400 yards per season

Last year with DAL: 15 games, 304 carries, 1,434 yards rushing, 6 TDs, 77 catches, 567 yards receiving, 3 TDs

Amari: 4 seasons, 278 catches, 3,908 yards receiving, 25 TDs, 977 yards per season, 64 yards per game

Last year with DAL: 9 games, 53 catches, 725 yards, 6 TDs

Who should the Dallas Cowboys sign 1st?
Dak
Zeke
Amari
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Born and raised in Hawaii, Brian Gosset graduated from Northern Arizona University with a degree in journalism before coming to Texas in 2014. He’s covered high school sports — yes, pretty much every high school sport — for the Star-Telegram ever since.
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