Zack Martin's three-word tweet following the Cowboys' contract extension

Zack Martin's strike is now ended, and he will be back in training camp soon now that a new deal has been signed.

After signing a new contract with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, the All-Pro guard has a simple message for Cowboys fans.

Martin tweeted the three words "back to work" after learning of his new deal.

Martin had two years left on his contract, with $13.5 million this year and $14 million next, when he went on strike at Cowboys training camp.

 Martin is now the 10th-highest-paid guard in the league, with a $14 million average annual value.

And that was a circumstance that one of the top players at his position would not tolerate.

According to reports, Zack Martin's new contract would pay him more than $18 million per season for the next two years, though specific figures were not available as of Monday afternoon.

Martin was Jerry Jones and the Cowboys' No. 16 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, and he has since become a Dallas institution.

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