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Cowboys QB Dak Prescott gifted Beats headphones to the entire XFL’s Dallas Renegades team

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Very cool to see from QB1.

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It has been over two months since the Dallas Cowboys played a football game. The offseason is definitely not as fun as the playing period.

This offseason though there is still football happening by way of the re-launched XFL. What’s more is that there is pigskin being played in the DFW metroplex via the XFL’s Dallas Renegades. There are a handful of familiar names for Cowboys fans throughout the Renegades roster, and odds are you’ve checked out a game or two to see what it’s all about (there are some interesting things that the NFL should look to adopt).

While the Renegades are not the Cowboys, they are a professional football team from Dallas so there is a feeling of wanting them to do well from local fans. This sentiment is shared by Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott as well.

Dak Prescott gifted the entire Renegades team with Beats headphones

Being the Dallas Cowboys quarterback certainly has its perks by way of sponsorships, a fact that Emmitt Smith was quick to remind the world about this offseason, and Dak Prescott is fortunate to have many partners.

One of Dak’s sponsors is the popular headphone company Beats. Perhaps you have your own set to listen to music or podcasts to (make sure to subscribe to the Blogging The Boys podcast feed by the way), and if you are a Dallas Renegades player then you have a brand new pair!

With the Renegades getting set to host the New York Guardians this Saturday (kickoff is at 5 pm ET on FOX) Dak wanted to let the Renegades know that a football game between Dallas and New York is serious business. As a result he gave them all a pair of Beats.

Renegades head coach Bob Stoops shared photos of his team receiving the gift from Prescott (a few players also shared a couple of examples as well). Obviously the history between the Renegades and Guardians doesn’t go quite as deep as the one between the Cowboys and Giants, but we are all always rooting for Dallas over New York.

The rivalry between the Cowboys and Giants will actually introduce a new chapter in 2020 as former Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett is now the offensive coordinator for the G-Men. Perhaps Dak Prescott will give his teammates a pair of Beats ahead of that game, too.