Dallas Cowboys star quarterback Dak Prescott has landed yet another endorsement deal. And this time it's a pretty significant one.
Per the Dallas Morning News, the second-year pro will appear in an upcoming ad campaign for DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket package, it was announced Thursday, putting him alongside fellow Pro Bowlers Antonio Brown, the Pittsburgh Steelers' star wide receiver, and Atlanta Falcons pass rusher Vic Beasley.
The three new spokesmen be joined by "one of Hollywood's biggest football fans," according to an AT&T release.
"Playing for the Cowboys was truly an honor this past season. But taking part in the NFL SUNDAY TICKET commercials I grew up watching has been surreal," Prescott said in the release. "I'm pumped to become a member of the DIRECTV family."
The new deal comes on top of several endorsements Prescott has already earned. And as the face of America's Team, he's in a position of power to gain such lucrative contracts.
"Prescott's platform and array of endorsement deals has been building steadily since last season and his first major effort in December, when he appeared in a commercial sponsored by Adidas and Champs Sports," wrote the News.
"His Twitter feed tells part of the tale, with mentions of Nicholas Air, which offers private air travel. Then there's Welch's Fruit Snacks, which supplied some kids with free spots to his camps. The Adidas logo is easy to spot scrolling through. Then there's Prescott grinning in his No. 4 jersey and holding a Pepsi in one hand and a bag of Tostitos in the other. A new deal with Campbell's Chunky Soup was announced last month. You get the idea."