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Tom Brady can do anything.

Those of us who have been paying attention for the better part of two decades now know this. The New England Patriots quarterback is pretty much unstoppable and only seems to be getting better with age, as the 39-year-old player most recently showed by leading his team to the most dramatic comeback in Super Bowl history earlier this year.

So why shouldn’t we believe Brady when he says he thinks his career could extend for the better part of yet another decade?

Patriots owner Robert Kraft has had the best seat in the house for all of Brady’s on-field magic, and he certainly takes the superstar QB at his word on this matter.

“As recently as 2-3 days ago, he assured me he’d be willing to play six to seven more years and at the level he performed,” Kraft told reporters Monday at the NFL’s annual meeting. “There’s no one that would be happier than I, and our fan base.”

He added: “I think Tommy’s sustained excellence is just unbelievable. It’s a lifestyle. He’s in training now, it’s not like he’s stopped. …

“He’s really dedicated. The thing that’s amazing about him, to this day he hasn’t changed as a human being in how he relates to people, but also how he works out. The only thing that’s probably changed is how he eats and his diet. I’m not sure avocado ice cream is right for me, but if I could look like him and perform half as well, I guess I’d do it.”

Brady’s backup, Jimmy Garoppolo, has been the topic of many trade rumors this off-season, given that his contract with the Patriots is up after the 2017 season. And with Brady now apparently talking about playing until 2024 or so, such talk is only going to heat up more.

Kraft said he leaves such matters to Coach Bill Belichick.

“I charge him to handle all football matters,” Kraft said of Belichick. “We’re privileged to have the greatest quarterback in the history of the game, and it looks like he’s playing pretty solid. He’s off the charts, in my opinion, and we’re lucky to have him.

“That’s the most important position on the team, needless to say. I don’t think anyone could say you have too much depth at that position. I’ve charged [Belichick] to make those decisions. I’ll leave that with him.”

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The roster turnover has begun. Free agency is here, and the 2017 NFL Draft isn’t far behind it. Over the next two months, the Cowboys will lose and replace a sizable portion of their roster.

For every new face, however, there are dozens of familiar ones that will return to begin a new campaign. From established veterans to second-year players, the vast majority of the Cowboys’ 2017 team is already on the roster. In the coming weeks, the staff of DallasCowboys.com will preview those players, analyzing where they’ve been and where they’re going.

The series continues with Pro Bowl receiver Dez Bryant.

What’s Been Good: Bryant made his third career Pro Bowl despite the third-lowest catch total of his seven-year career (50). The reason? He was the big-play threat for rookie starting quarterback Dak Prescott and one of the league’s most dynamic and efficient offenses. The Cowboys ranked fifth in scoring offense (26.3 points per game) and total offense (376.7 yards per game), and Bryant led the team with eight touchdown catches in only 12 complete starts (he sat out most of the Week 17 finale with playoff homefield advantage locked up). He also produced a career-high 15.9 yards per catch in 2016, markedly above his career 14.3 average.

What’s Been Bad: For the second straight year, injuries derailed Bryant’s momentum in the middle of the season. In 2015, foot and knee ailments limited him to a career-low nine games and 31 catches. In 2016, he missed three games in October (at San Francisco, Cincinnati, at Green Bay) with a hairline fracture in his knee. Bryant returned for the Oct. 30 overtime thriller against Philadelphia and delivered 113 receiving yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys’ dramatic come-from-behind victory. He would start every game for the rest of the season.

2016 Highlight: The final score was disappointing, but Bryant played arguably his best game in the Cowboys’ 34-31 divisional-round home loss to the Packers. His nine catches for 132 yards were season-best totals, and his two touchdowns tied a season best. In the second quarter Bryant caught a 40-yard TD from Prescott that cut into the Packers’ 21-3 lead and started the Cowboys’ rally. His fourth-quarter TD and Prescott’s two-point conversion tied the score at 28-28 with just over four minutes remaining.

What’s Next: Signed through 2019, the 28-year-old Bryant will continue as a focal point in the offseason. With Terrance Williams and Brice Butler re-signed this offseason, Prescott has his full complement of receivers from 2016 back under contract.

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The Dallas Cowboys were the ultimate Cinderella story in the 2016-17 NFL season as Dak Prescott emerged as the knight in shining armor to save the team when they thought the Tony Romo injuries would put them out of the running. However, it looks like a new face would be added to the Dez Bryant squad to help the rookie as Mark Sanchez appeared to have been an unsatisfactory backup last season. Does this mean that a Tyrod Taylor contract could be on its way to the Zek Elliot team?

The Buffalo Bills and Tyrod Taylor are finding it difficult to get a common ground. While the quarterback is arguably one of the notable stars in the league, some happen to think that he has overstayed his welcome in the NFL team. Moreover, the exit of Rex Ryan as head coach of the Buffalo Bills reportedly indicated the end of the Tyrod Taylor era as well.

“Tyrod’s [Taylor] benching prior to the season finale against the New York Jets, after Rex Ryan was fired, seemed to be the tipping point for most observers,” noted Jeff Hunter in his analysis of the Buffalo Bills quarterback situation. He added, “That seemed to primarily stem from the fact that Anthony Lynn implied that the front office decision makers didn’t want to risk triggering Taylor’s injury clause in what he termed a ‘business decision.'”

Meanwhile, the Dallas Cowboys are reportedly open to a Tony Romo trade soon. Even prior to the NFL offseason, fans already expected the veteran to exit the Zek Elliot squad following the astounding super talent displayed by Dak Prescott in the gridiron. With the Dallas Cowboys rumored to be letting go of Mark Sanchez in free agency, some fans best website to take the possibility of a Tyrod Taylor trade seriously.

“The first place the Cowboys will likely look for their next backup quarterback will likely be free agency. Dallas will have plenty of options when it comes to who their next backup could be as the list of players in free agency this year is pretty impressive as far as backups go,” pointed out Carl Daley of the speculated plans of Jerry Jones to help out Dak Prescott in the field.

What do you think? Will the Dallas Cowboys be a good landing spot for a Tyrod Taylor contract? Will the Buffalo Bills quarterback do a better job at mentoring the talented Dak Prescott compared to Mark Sanchez?

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They’re thinking championship, and they’re not alone.

When Prescott won the NFL’s Offensive Rookie of the year award the night before the Super Bowl, the red carpet at the NFL Honors event turned into a Dak lovefest.

“I love him,” said Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Namath.

Moments later, fellow Hall of Famer Steve young quipped, “he’s built to last.”

“I love what I’m seeing,” echoed Hall of Fame tight end Shannon Sharpe.

And Cowboys Hall of Fame offensive lineman Rayfield Wright is ecstatic about his team’s young signal caller, “he’s going to lead us where we want to go and I’m really happy he’s with the Dallas Cowboys.”

That’s a quartet of Hall of Famers singing Prescott’s praises. Young was so blown away, he could hardly speak.

“Nothing that happened to him happened to me,” said Young. “I have no idea. I shouldn’t even be speaking about this. I have no idea how he did it.”

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But it goes deeper than that. Both Young and Sharpe met and spent time with Prescott during Super Bowl week and came away feeling like he has all the tools to be a franchise quarterback for years to come.

“He looks like a guy that can go 15 years. He played like it this year. Nobody in his rookie year has ever done this,” said Young.

“He gets it,” said Sharpe. “He doesn’t act, talk like a rookie. He acts and talks like a guy whose been in the league four or five years.”

Talent and the mentality to produce big time. Some of the NFL’s best ever are convinced.

“I can see why it was so easy for the Cowboys, the team to rally behind him because he projects strength. He projects confidence,” said Sharpe.

Confident, but not cocky, Prescott keeps it all in perspective.

“I’ve always had high expectations for myself, but now it seems like a lot of other people do, so it’s just going to make me work harder and get better,” said Prescott.

here’s still an edge, though. When he picked up the hardware for his Rookie of the year win, he made sure to mention the 31 teams that passed on him in the draft. And afterward took it a step further.

“Yeah, actually 32 teams passed up on me 3 times, so the Cowboys just, they got lucky,” Prescott said with a big grin.

Again, there was a smile, but Prescott says the draft snub has cemented a sizeable chip on his shoulder.
Cowboys fans should consider that a good thing, tough, just like Prescott’s up close look at Super Bowl week in Houston.

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“It just ignites a little fire in me and makes me want to get back to work faster,” he said.

For so long, he’s been motivated by proving people wrong, and he’s succeeded at it on every level. Now Prescott faces what may be a tougher task – proving them right.