• The Dallas Cowboys have had one of the most productive offseasons in the league
  • One of the latest moves the Cowboys made was sign quarterback Andy Dalton
  • Former wide receiver Dez Bryant thinks the recent signing of Andy Dalton was insulting for starting quarterback Dak Prescott

The current offseason continues to be productive for the Dallas Cowboys. One of their major signings includes the addition of former Cincinnati Bengal Andy Dalton. While it serves as a good move for Dallas, it stirred a negative reaction from Dez Bryant.

One of the highlights of the past few months for the Cowboys has been their performance in the recently concluded draft. They’re considered to have had one of the best hauls of the year with how they were able to draft CeeDee Lamb as the 17th pick. Having the caliber of Lamb drop that far was considered a shocker and the Cowboys took full advantage.

Entering next season, the Cowboys now have more tools to revitalize their performance from last year. Their 2019 campaign had them right in the middle with an 8-8 record. This year features new talent such as safety Ha’Sean Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, kicker Greg Zuerlein and defensive backs Daryl Worley and Maurice Canady.

Couple these new reinforcements with the likes of Lamb and a newly acquired Dalton and it’ll be an interesting upcoming season for the Cowboys.

Despite the anticipation that looms, former First-team All-Pro Bryant shared his thoughts on the signing of Dalton. The Cowboys added Dalton to their roster amidst being in the middle of contract negotiations with their starting quarterback Dak Prescott.

“Nothing against Andy Dalton because I think he’s a great player,” Prescott tweeted. “But the cowboys are extremely out of line,” he added.

The former Pro-Bowler Bryant added that the Cowboys have paid Tony Romo before despite their losing record. It gave an impression for Bryant that the Cowboys aren’t prioritizing the quarterback position given how strong their offense has gotten.

Bryant served the Cowboys from 2010-2017 and played alongside Romo during that stretch. It was during that time that Bryant became one of the most exciting wide receivers of the game, being named the league’s receiving touchdown leaders in 2014.

There is still no word yet if the Cowboys are able to finalize their contract negotiations with Prescott. Whether or not Prescott sees the Dalton signing as an insult, the Cowboys must ensure to seal the quarterback position for the upcoming season.

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Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates a touchdown with Dez Bryant in the fourth quarter against the New York Giants during the game at MetLife Stadium on Dec. 10, 2017 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Elsa/Getty Images