Cowboys VP Stephen Jones Doubles Down in Support of Dak Prescott and Shuts Down Tom Brady Links

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Cowboys VP Stephen Jones shut down rumors of the team trading QB Dak Prescott | Tom Pennington/Getty Images

Michael Irvin caused a stir amongst the Dallas Cowboys' fan base this weekend when his claims alleging that the organization was contemplating offloading Dak Prescott with the intention of pursuing Tom Brady in free agency went viral.

Divorcing a 26-year-old signal caller entering his prime in favor of a 42-year-old with one (at most, two) years left in the NFL just wouldn't make sense.

Well, Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones addressed the rumors in a segment with Dallas-based radio station 103.3 FM in January, and promptly trampled them.

The fact that Jones doubled-down on the organization's conviction in Prescott last month really makes you ponder who Irvin's sources are and why their claims so drastically contrasted that of Jones'.

Putting an end to these inklings as quickly as possible was the best course of action for Jones.

To nobody's surprise, Irvin clarified his shocker on Sunday by stating that none of the "significant people" from whom he heard such rumors, are affiliated with the Cowboys.

That appears to be that in terms of Brady being linked with a move to America's Team, and that news should absolutely sit well with Cowboys Nation.

Now, about Precott's contract extension...