Dak Prescott has has loss-of-value and disability insurance policies, as well as multiyear endorsement deals, that altogether are valued at more than $50 million.

Prescott is not in a rush to extend his current deal with the Dallas Cowboys due to that financial position.

Whether he gets tagged for more than $30 million, or his insurance or endorsement revenue comes into play, or Dallas lets him walk as a free agent and he gets a market-value deal from another team, Prescott figures to be in a unique situation.

Prescott makes more money in endorsements due to being quarterback of the Cowboys, which has led the team to want him to take a discount.