Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has begun throwing as he continues to rehab from a devastating broken ankle suffered last October.

A video emerged Wednesday of the Cowboys franchise quarterback taking snaps and firing off simulated bubble screens.

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Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported Prescott is expected to be ready for Cowboys training camp, but noted the team is not going to put him in “harm's way” during upcoming organized team activities.

It only makes sense for the Cowboys to proceed with caution.

Prescott underwent multiple surgeries in an effort to speed up the recovery process. Rapoport noted he even hinted at his improved condition and mobility by suggesting he should jump up on the table during the press conference to announce his new contract. But that contract is the same reason Dallas figures to take things slow.

The Cowboys signed Prescott to a four-year, $160 million deal prior to the deadline for franchise and transition tags, officially making him the franchise quarterback for the foreseeable future. Dallas will be sure to preserve their star signal-callers health as it looks to build around him.

Prescott got off to a terrific start in 2020 for the Cowboys, completing 68.4 percent of his attempts for 1,856 yards and nine touchdowns in his first five games. He led all quarterbacks with 7.72 net yards gained per pass attempt during that stretch, also rushing 18 times for 93 yards and three scores and even catching a touchdown pass.

All eyes will be on Prescott as he makes his expected return under center in 2021. But the Cowboys will ease him back into the mix ahead of training camp.