Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has caused quite the storm the past couple of days. Ezekiel Elliott has garnered most of the headlines this offseason, and Prescott’s own negotiations had been flying a bit more under the radar.

That’s not the case anymore, as there was a huge uproar around the NFL after word leaked that Prescott had turned down an offer of $30 million annually from the Cowboys. There was a lot of talk online about whether or not Prescott deserves that kind of money, and his predecessor seems to think he does.

Prescott took over Tony Romo’s job when Romo went down with a back injury, but the former Cowboys quarterback clearly isn’t bitter about it.

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“In the NFL — quarterbacks, running backs, receivers — it doesn’t matter. It’s about the production,” Romo said, via Charean Williams of ProFootballTalk.com. “Are you winning? Are you helping your football team win? And are you producing? And Dak’s done that since the moment he stepped on the field.”

“All three of these guys, their deals are going to get done,” Romo said, referring to Prescott, Elliott, and Amari Cooper. “It’s just fun for people to talk about while it’s going on.”

“They’re all great players, and I think it’s just a matter of time before they get paid,” he continued.

That’s music to the ears of Cowboys fans, who have to be getting pretty nervous about the fact that none of them have signed yet.

Elliott has reportedly said he isn’t going to play without a new deal, and Prescott apparently plans on playing hardball as well. It’ll be very interesting to see how this all unfolds.