# Dalton schultz
Cowboys News: Dallas & TE Dalton Schultz Don’t Reach Extension, He’ll Play On Franchise Tag In 2022
The Dallas Cowboys and Dalton Schultz have not reached a contract extension before today’s 4p ET deadline. This Cowboys News has been expected for weeks (or even months) really. The two sides were not close on a deal and hadn’t even spoken much at all in recent weeks. Schultz has already signed his $10.93 MM franchise tag tender, so a holdout of Cowboys Training Camp is not expected. But will this be his last year in Dallas? Or could a 2nd tag come next year? Cowboys Report Host Tom Downey breaks it down on today’s show! #NFL
Cowboys' Dalton Schultz CONTRACT DISPUTE Review
The Dallas Cowboys when it was reported that tight end Dalton Schultz will skip the remaining portion of OTAs that are voluntary amid contract negotiations with the team. What makes this situation so interesting is that Schultz technically just signed a new contract with the Cowboys. The team placed the franchise tag on the fifth-year tight end who went for over 800 yards last season with eight touchdowns, and unlike most holdout situations of that variety Schultz signed the tag as noted.
Cowboys Rumors: Will Dallas And Dalton Schultz Reach A Long-Term Deal Before Franchise Tag Deadline?
Cowboys Rumors today focus on the future of Dalton Schultz. There’s less than two months left before the NFL Franchise Tag Extension Deadline, giving the Cowboys a shrinking timeline to agree to a long-term deal with Schultz before he’s required to play on the tag. Schultz has signed his tender worth just under $11 million, setting a baseline for a new deal. If the Cowboys pay Schultz, it will be expensive overall, but would bring down his cap hit this year. Cowboys Report host Tom Downey looks at the future of Schultz and the Cowboys in today’s video. #NFL
Breaking Cowboys News: Dallas Cowboys Franchise Tag Dalton Schultz Before NFL Free Agency
Dalton Schultz has been franchise tagged by the Dallas Cowboys on the NFL Franchise Tag deadline. Cowboys news today is all about Schultz and the expensive move the Cowboys made to keep their tight end in Dallas. The Cowboys will try to work out a long-term deal for Schultz, but if that fails, the Cowboys will pay him $10.93 million for one year. Join Tom Downey from the Dallas Cowboys Report for a full breakdown of the franchise tag and what this means for Cowboys news and rumors going into NFL Free Agency. #NFL
Dallas Cowboys Rumors: Will The Cowboys Use The Franchise Tag On Dalton Schultz? (Video)
Dallas Cowboys rumors exist saying that the Cowboys are “likely” to franchise tag tight end Dalton Schultz. However, as Cowboys Report host Tom Downey explains, that’s not what the original report from ESPN actually says! The ESPN report says that the Cowboys are “more likely” to use the tag on Schultz over DE Randy Gregory. And that makes perfect sense. There is no guarantee that the Cowboys will tag Schultz before the NFL Franchise Tag Deadline but it is a possibility. If the Cowboys do so, it would cost about $11 million for one year. #NFL
Dallas Cowboys News: Blake Jarwin Career In Doubt Due To Injury + Dalton Schultz Re-Signing?
The Dallas Cowboys have a problem at the tight end position. Not only is Dalton Schultz set to be a free agent, the future of Blake Jarwin is now in doubt. Jarwin recently underwent another hip surgery and faces at least a 6-8 month recovery that is also putting his football career in doubt. Jarwin won’t be ready in time for Week 1 of the 2022 NFL season, leaving Sean McKeon as the lone tight end under contract right now. Does the Jarwin injury news increase the chance the Cowboys re-sign Schultz or franchise tag? Cowboys Report host Tom Downey breaks it down for ya. #NFL