It’s unlikely that Dak Prescott is going anywhere this offseason, but the quarterback would draw plenty of interest around the NFL if he became available. With the Dallas Cowboys’ star still unsigned ahead of free agency, a few potential suitors for the signal caller stand out among the rest. 

The Washington Football Team has +750 betting odds to be Prescott’s team for Week 1 of the 2021 season, according to Bovada. The online sportsbook puts Washington ahead of the Carolina Panthers (+1000) and New England Patriots (+1100).

Dallas is the overwhelming favorite to be Presott’s team to start next season with -2500 odds.

The Cowboys have until March 9 to use the franchise tag on Prescott. Doing so would pay the quarterback a guaranteed $37.7 million salary for 2021 and prevent him from hitting free agency. 

Prescott and Dallas are hoping to agree on a long-term contract. The two sides were unable to reach a multi-year deal last offseason, and Prescott was franchised for the first time.

Prescott was a Pro-Bowl selection in both 2016 and 2018. He had arguably his best statistical season in 2019 with 30 touchdown passes. Before an ankle injury ended his 2020 season in game No.5, Prescott was on pace to set a record for passing yards in a year.

Washington is without a proven starting quarterback following news that Alex Smith will be released. The team is reportedly considering making a trade to upgrade the quarterback position, though it’s hard to imagine Dallas ever sending Prescott to a division rival.

It’s been rumored that Carolina has considered making an upgrade over quarterback Teddy Bridgewater in the right scenario. New England needs a new starting signal caller after Cam Newton had a shaky season as Tom Brady’s replacement.

Deshaun Watson has asked the Houston Texans for a trade and is the most sought-after quarterback on the market. The idea that the Seattle Seahawks might trade Russell Wilson no longer seems completely unrealistic.

Wilson’s agent told ESPN that the Cowboys are one of four teams that the superstar would accept being sent to, in the event that the Seahawks decided to deal their franchise quarterback.

Dak Prescott Dallas Cowboys Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys in action against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium on November 04, 2019 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Cowboys defeated the Giants 37-18. Photo: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images