Former Cowboy Michael Irvin Claims 'Significant People' Are Discussing Trading Dak Prescott to Sign Tom Brady

Dak Prescott may find himself as a member of another team soon.
Dak Prescott may find himself as a member of another team soon. / Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images

The Dallas Cowboys had an average season last year, going 8-8 in the regular season and failing to qualify for the playoffs. Management is naturally not satisfied with the team, and are looking to make some changes in the offseason to improve their roster.

Per Michael Irvin, Dak Prescott, the Cowboys' two-time Pro Bowl QB, may not get the contract extension he so desires after all. This proposal, however, seems rather hard to believe.

To be clear, Irvin simply states that 'significant people' are saying this, not necessarily executives with the Cowboys.

Could the Cowboys seriously believe a 42-year-old Brady is better than their 26-year-old franchise QB, even at a lower price point? Surely, those 'in the know' per Irvin must be more educated than this.

This is a crazy long shot, as there has been no real indication that Dallas is considering a run at Brady.

Dallas has several outstanding issues on their roster, but quarterback isn't one of them. As much as they would like for Prescott's price point to come down to their level, this is unrealistic.