Cowboys Reach Agreement on Massive $18 Million Contract with All-Pro Star

After a period of uncertainty, the Dallas Cowboys have given one of their most decorated players a $8.5 million increase. 

It was never a question of whether or not offensive lineman Zack Martin deserved to be compensated like other great center backs; it was just a matter of whether or not the Cowboys would pay the money.

Dallas signed the cheque August 14.

ESPN insider Adam Schefter was the first to report that the Cowboys and Martin have agreed on a big raise over the next two seasons.

“Cowboys and All-Pro guard/team captain Zack Martin reached agreement on a reworked deal, per sources,” Schefter reported on X. 

The new deal will pay him almost $18 million each year for two years.

It's $8.5+ million more than Martin's $13.5 million this year and $14 million next year. Sources also promise both years.”

The Cowboys veteran had boycotted training camp for weeks over his compensation. 

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