The Dallas Cowboys have made no decision on whether to sign Dak Prescott, according to a report by ESPN’s Josina Anderson.
The Cowboys have been shopping for a quarterback to take over the team’s quarterback duties since the team traded for Josh McCown in the offseason.
Prescott, who has a career passer rating of 99.4, is the only quarterback on the roster who has an average of at least 3,500 passing yards and 30 touchdowns in a season.
Prescott was a third-round pick in the 2016 draft and has been the Cowboys’ starter since 2014.
The team traded McCown to the Miami Dolphins in March after he was released by the New Orleans Saints.
McCown, who was signed to a three-year deal worth $32 million, completed 18-of-27 passes for 226 yards and a touchdown in the first four games of the 2016 season.
In addition, the team signed Matt Cassel and Matt Barkley to veteran deals, which were effective until this season.
The other quarterbacks who were on the Cowboys roster last season are Josh Allen and Tyron Smith.
The only player with a better passer rating (99.4) than Prescott last season was Carson Wentz, who threw for 2,972 yards and 19 touchdowns with eight interceptions.
Prescott and the Cowboys are not expected to make a decision on their quarterback options until the start of the season.