Cowboys QB Dak Prescott already getting to work with his receivers in San Diego
Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback Dak Prescott has continued to remain mum regarding where exactly he and his wide receivers would be working out this NFL offseason. However, it now appears as though the secret is out as Prescott and company have been working out in San Diego, California.
Not only did Prescott bring his wideouts along for the ride but a variety of different Dallas position players as well. Prescott recently posted a photo on social media alongside Cowboys tight ends Jason Witten, Dalton Schultz and Blake Jarwin, wide receivers Amari Cooper, Allen Hurns and Randall Cobb and running back Darius Jackson in San Diego.
“I don’t want everyone to be looking for us,” Prescott previously said during Cowboys minicamp, via NBC Sports’ Pro Football Talk. “California is a big state.”
Prescott has a few new weapons on offense heading into the 2019 regular season. Future Hall of Fame tight end Jason Witten will be returning from one year in the booth for ESPN after briefly retiring while the Cowboys also managed to sign former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb, who previously spent his entire NFL playing career in green and yellow.
It is also worth noting that Southern California has become quite the popular destination for a variety of different NFL quarterbacks this offseason — Prescott included. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota, New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold and Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield have already worked out in Southern California this summer.