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Updated January 16, 2021 at 3:22 PM CT

Prescott making progress

      Cowboys’ star quarterback Dak Prescott has been making great progress in his ankle rehab.

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Prescott is walking, working on an anti-gravity treadmill and in a HydroWorx pool, which takes pressure off his ankle but allows him to get in shape.

“Based on the work he’s put in, what they think, he’s going to come back better than ever,” Rapoport said Saturday on NFL GameDay Morning.

Prescott was well ahead of pace to breaking the NFL’s single-season passing yardage record before suffering a season-ending ankle injury in a game against the Giants in October. Prescott finished his season with 1,856 passing yards. That’s not just by far the most of any quarterback in the NFL this year, it’s an all-time NFL record average of 371.2 yards per game.

Prescott played the 2020 campaign under the franchise tag after the two sides could not agree on a long-term deal. Owner Jerry Jones recently stated on Dallas radio station 105.3 TheFan that the fifth-year QB has more leverage now given how well he was playing this season (and last) coupled with how poorly the Cowboys fared without him.

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