Dez Bryant is no longer a Dallas Cowboy, but it’s clear that he still has his former QB’s back. We’re not talking about his longtime guy Tony Romo. We’re referring to that dude who replaced him with a prolific rookie season back in 2016.

Reports surfaced on Monday that Dak Prescott turned down $30 million annually from the Cowboys and is instead seeking up to $40 million. The 26-year-old has led the ‘Boys to the playoffs in two of three seasons but holds just a 1-2 record in postseason play. Despite needing to pay running back Ezekiel Elliot and wide receiver Amari Cooper, Bryant made his stance on the whole situation pretty clear.

Just pay the man.


Some pretty prominent members in the football world don’t quite seem to agree…


And Justin Walters just had to throw in a Kawhi joke…


Not everyone is under the impression that the report is true in the first place, however. Pro Football Talk issued a tweet afterward stating that the news is false.


Regardless of whether it is or not, it’s clear that Dez believes Dak is worth $40 million. That’s a lot of darn cash.

(H/T Dez Bryant)