The Dallas Cowboys' virtual offseason program begins on Monday, and whether or not Dak Prescott participates without a long-term deal remains to be seen.

However, David Moore of The Dallas Morning News says that Prescott and the Cowboys have spoken over the last couple of weeks and have had “very positive” discussions.

Dallas slapped a franchise tag on Prescott last month. The two sides have until July to reach a long-term agreement, but it appears that things are moving along well at the current point in time.

Contract negotiations between Prescott and the Cowboys have been going on and off since last year, and up until now, a rather sizeable gap has existed. But perhaps the two parties are closing in on a compromise, or at least getting closer to doing so.

Prescott is coming off of a 2019 campaign in which he threw for 4,902 yards, 30 touchdowns and 11 interceptions while completing 65.1 percent of his passes and posting a passer rating of 99.7.

Oddly enough, Prescott did not make the Pro Bowl, but it was certainly the best season of his career to date.

The 26-year-old, who played his collegiate football at Mississippi State, was originally selected by Dallas in the fourth round (135th pick overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft.

Due to an injury to Tony Romo, Prescott was thrust into the starting role his rookie year and went on to have a spectacular debut season, leading the Cowboys to an NFC East division crown and making the Pro Bowl.

He has made a pair of Pro Bowl appearances overall.