The Dallas Cowboys had some extremely big decisions to make in this offseason period. Everyone knows they have been a major let down in terms of playoff appearances and games for the last two decades now, and they are now at a crossroads where they could either rise toward Super Bowl glory or fall into even more despair.
They have now shot their opening salvo, giving wide receiver Amari Cooper a $100 million extension over the course of five years, according to sources. This news comes down, of course, after it emerged that they would be placing the franchise tag upon quarterback Dak Prescott. It is the first time they have used the tag on the QB, as the team seeks a way to hang on to all of its piece as they hope to finally be able to make some noise in the playoffs again.