It supposed to be theNFL offseason, but when it comes to the Dallas Cowboys, it doesnt really work that way.Still, it can be Cowboysvacation season - and in the case of Dak Prescott, was exactly that. ... right before continuing the ankle rehab and getting back to work Bob Lilly Face Mask.The Spring Of Dak was eventful in most every imaginable way. Andimagination is apparently a key when it come to covering all aspects of the unsigned QB ofAmerica Team.Well get to that in a moment, but first ... what Dak up to?We were told that earlier in the week he was vacationing in Florida, and now there is video evidence of that, alongside girlfriend Natalie Buffett, from February.Then, at the end of that week, Prescott was back in DFW and delighting some kids with a visit to a 7-on-7 tournament https://www.dallasgearshop.com/Israel_Mukuamu_Hoodie-229.But when it comes to covering Dak, facts are not enough. Speculation is also part of the game. Right, Stephen A. Smith?Part ofThe Spring of Dak was about silliness.*The ESPN.com opinionist talked on First Take on Thursday about, well, the Cowboys trading Dak Prescott to the Houston Texans for Deshaun Watson.Easy-peasy, right?Well, Smith said it, but we broke down what it would really mean for the Cowboys and the Texans to swap Prescott and Watson.*The Cowboys left Prescott out of their 2021 Hype video, and thereby an interns digital portfolio takes a huge hit.*Prescott followed the Washington Football Team on social media, and, well, everyone overreacted https://www.dallasgearshop.com/Tarell_Basham_Flag-673.*Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson expressed his displeasure with getting sacked so much, so much so that the rumor mill started turning that Wilson might want out of Seattle. Of course, that engulfed the Cowboys, too.*An NFL insider says its going to take at least $40 million per year to keep Prescott. As we said at the time ... New information? Nah. Correct information? Probably.And indeed, eventually that deal got done, $40 mil times four years, and a contract that came along with Super Bowl talk from Dak.