Stephen A. Smith's emotional reaction to Dak Prescott injury, contract status

Stephen A. Smith's passionate response to Dak Prescott's injury originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
Dak Prescott's severe ankle injury during Sunday's game against the New York Giants has shocked the NFL.
In one difficult scene, the Cowboys and Giants players showed support for Prescott when he was dragged off the field. On social media, many others, both inside and outside the football community, paid tribute to the talented quarterback. Among them was ESPN personality Stephen A. Smith.
The "First Take" host has long been known as someone who takes the opportunity to troll the cowboys, but this was neither the time nor the place to do so. When he saw the injury, he was devastated and hoping for the best for Prescott.
"Obviously this is not the time to joke about the cowboys. We all know I was ready to roast them because I thought they might lose this game against the Giants, but it doesn't matter right now," said Smith in a video posted on Twitter, "We just saw what happened to Dak Prescott, that ankle spun all over. I can't see him recovering from it, that's as nasty as it gets."
"My heart goes out to him, I wish him the best, a speedy recovery obviously, the whole thing," said Smith.
In addition to offering words of support, Smith took the time to explain why he was so adamant that Prescott had earned a long-term contract before the season started.
The fifth year pro and his team had been in back-and-forth negotiations for most of the year trying to come to an agreement on an extension. Cowboys owners Jerry Jones and Prescott were unable to reach an agreement, which resulted in the quarterback being tagged with a franchise tag.
While Prescott will make $ 31.4 million in 2020, his future is still uncertain. With the injury potentially going to have a huge impact on it, Smith was frustrated that the quarterback might not get the long-term money he made, despite having proven himself over the years.
“I talked about that when I wanted him to get his money. This long-term deal that somehow didn't work out, "said Smith." Again and again he was asked to prove himself, even though he had proven himself years ago. "
“And now, yes, he got his money for this season, but what about his future? That is exactly what I feared, "said Smith.
In the end, Smith's feelings indicated that Prescott's hurt went beyond the root concern. Nobody ever wants a player to be injured and the ESPN personality is now hoping Prescott will be back on the field soon.
"Damn it, get well soon Dak, and make my best wishes for the best brother," said Smith. "It's not a good day."

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