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NFL players send prayers, well wishes to Dak Prescott after horrific ankle injury

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The NFL world was quick to wish Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott a speedy recovery after his brutal dislocated ankle injury on Sunday afternoon.

Prescott was carted off the field in the second half of the Cowboys’ 37-34 win against the New York Giants at AT&T Stadium after his leg was pinned awkwardly underneath him on a run. His ankle twisted completely the wrong way, sparking an extremely emotional moment in Dallas.

Prescott was crying as he was carted off the field. The 27-year-old was then taken to a local hospital and is expected to undergo surgery for a compound fracture and dislocation of his right ankle on Sunday night.

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NFL players extend prayers for Dak Prescott

Tributes to the quarterback came pouring in almost instantly on Twitter.

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Franchise tag, Dak’s contract under fire

Prescott’s contract also become a talking point throughout the NFL after his injury.

Prescott wanted a long-term deal with the team this past offseason, but neither side could reach an agreement. The team eventually used the one-year franchise tag on him.

Now that he’s hurt with what appears to be an extremely serious and long-term injury, his future with the team could be in question.

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The NFL world didn't waste any time wishing Dak Prescott well after his horrific ankle injury on Sunday. (Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

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