Dak Prescott's agent is calling out Russell Wilson's agent days after the Cowboys locked up Prescott to a four-year $160M deal.
“There’s so many things wrong with it, I guess, on different levels," Todd France, Prescott's agent said to Adam Schein on his CBS Sports show “Time to Schein.”
The "it" in this scenario refers to how Mark Rodgers, Wilson's agent, went on the record saying they hadn't requested a trade, but named four teams Wilson would waive his no-trade clause for: The Bears, Raiders, Saints and Cowboys.
Tensions were already high after Wilson stated he didn't want to get hit as much, which created a rift between him and the public rift between him and Pete Carroll and the Seahawks front office.
Now, some are wondering if the relationship can be salvaged.
Entering last offseason, France and his client Dak Prescott was in a similar situation. The Cowboys quarterback was in extension talks and the sides were not even close to being on the same page.
Prescott suffered a gruesome injury, leaving his future with the Cowboys and his professional career in doubt. But Jerry Jones vowed to take care of the QB.
A year later, a deal got done. And now Prescott makes more money than Wilson.
France seemingly wants to make it a point that when the going gets tough, you don't stoke the flames and burn it all down.
It's rare that agents get involved in each other's business, but given France only represents Prescott and is getting a hefty commission check, he seems pretty comfortable ruffling feathers.
Why is France choosing to take aim at Rodgers exactly? It's not immediately clear, but let's add one more log onto the fire.
“I guess Dallas is now crossed off that list.”