Cowboys offered Dalton Schultz 36 million dollars, but he rejected it

By Vasantha

A lucrative contract offer was rejected by Dallas Cowboys tight end Dalton Schultz.

According to Sports Illustrated, Schultz rejected a three-year, $36 million contract on Monday. 

While Schultz was a free agent in 2022, he was assigned the $10.9 million franchise tag.

He caught 57 passes for 577 yards and five touchdowns last season, making him the most productive tight end on the free-agent market in 2023.

Eight touchdowns and 808 yards passing were career highs for him in 2021.

Over the past three seasons, Schultz has been Prescott's most reliable weapon.

Even though Schultz turned down a reported $12 million per year deal, he is likely to land a good deal with a team in need of tight ends. It is clear that he will have a successful NFL career since he has proven to be an asset on the field.

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