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Quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys signs a two-year extension

    The Dallas Cowboys acquired a quarterback for the 2023 season on Friday. Tony Pollard was given a franchise this summer. The offensive line’s deal with Dak Prescott was restructured.
    Despite being the Cowboys’ number two choice behind Pollard, Ezekiel Elliott will be released to save cap space. Next year, there will be a stronger backup quarterback situation.

    Cooper Rush will be re-signed by the Cowboys to a two-year contract valued up to $6 million, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. In 2023, he will receive a $50,000 signing incentive.
    Rush played a key part in Dallas’ Week 1 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after Prescott was injured. After returning from injury, he led the Cowboys to four consecutive wins.