Jerry Jones Gives Wild Analogy on Why He Isn’t in a Rush to Pay His Star Players

All is not well in Jerry World.

First superstar running back Ezekiel Elliott is holding out for a new contract, and now it seems like the Cowboys and starting quarterback Dak Prescott are far apart when it comes to money for a new contract as well. Prescott reportedly turned down a $30 million deal in hopes of securing a $40 million deal.  Star wide receiver Amari Cooper also seems in line for a big contract too.

Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones offered up a rather bizarre analogy concerning the Cowboys contract situations during Cowboys training camp in Oxnard, California on Tuesday.

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