NFL Agent Todd France, who represents Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, has mutually agreed to part ways with his agency, CAA Sports, per a report from the Sports Business Journal. One of the most powerful agents in the NFL today, France also represents high profile clients such as Aaron Donald, DeAndre Hopkins, Grady Jarrett, and Fletcher Cox, among many others.
More than 200 days in his tenure as head coach passed before Mike McCarthy shared a room with his starting quarterback. But Dak Prescott and his masked Cowboys teammates have now returned to team headquarters at the Star, scrambling to make up lost time as coach and players acquaint themselves with each other and a facility they scantly recognize after changes to combat the coronavirus pandemic. McCarthy’s first impression of Prescott?
As a senior in 2016, the future Cowboys running back led the area in many statistical categories and was the Western North Carolina Player of the Year, as he accumulated 2,545 rushing yards and 51 rushing touchdowns. Dowdle would add another 1,434 yards passing, along with 11 touchdowns. Throw in a receiving score, and Dowdle’s 63 total touchdowns were a regional record.