2017 was a rough year for the Dallas Cowboys. Suspensions, injuries, you name it. But all that is behind them.

They now want redemption. One man that is determined to bring it to them is none other than their starting QB Dak Prescott.

When Dak first joined the Cowboys, he insisted that the Cowboys were “Romo’s team.” But that quickly changed after Romo suffered a season-ending injury and Dak was called to start. Dak’s entering his 3rd season as the Cowboy’s starting QB and has quickly become the face of the franchise. 

In the offseason, TE Jason Witten retired and WR Dez Bryant was released. But the Cowboys have strategy in place already for rebuilding their receiving corps.

Todd Archer, ESPN Staff Writer:

“Almost every day he threw passes to Lance Lenoir and Noah Brown, rookies a year ago who combined for four catches in 2017. He has made it a point to work extra with new receivers, Allen Hurns and Deonte Thompson. In Wednesday’s organized team activity, he made sure to praise a receiver or tight end for running a good route. Hurns signed with the Cowboys in March before the offseason program started, but it did not take long for him to feel Prescott’s presence.”

It will be interesting to see how the Cowboys spend the rest of their offseason preparing for the 2018-2019 Regular Season. Starting LB Sean Lee is back from injury and poised for another outstanding season. Ezekiel Elliott and his suspension woes are a now a thing of the past, far behind. The offensive linemen, led by Pro Bowlers Tyron Smith, Travis Frederick and Zack Martin, lead more with their actions than words. Jason Garrett called Tyrone Crawford, DeMarcus Lawrence and Jeff Heath leaders on the team, too.

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