Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott may be just like the rest of us after all. Well, at least in some respects.

Prescott revealed Saturday that he just bought his first house, isn't good at golf, loves dogs and still struggles to navigate Dallas roads.

Prescott showed his sense of humor during one of his first local public appearances of the offseason at the Mudbug Bash, hosted by KRLD-FM 105.3 The Fan, at Levitt Pavilion.

Prescott said he was back in Arlington for the first time since the Cowboys lost in the playoffs to Green Bay three months ago at AT&T Stadium. He entertained a crowd again - many who wore his No. 4 jersey - during an on-air Q&A before addressing the local media afterward.

Prescott has become the face of the Cowboys in one short - but remarkable - season. The NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year was thrust into the spotlight when Tony Romo was injured in the preseason. Prescott never relinquished the starting job, leading to Romo stepping away from football earlier this month when he announced he had accepted CBS' lead NFL game analyst job.

"Me and Tony, we've always been great throughout this whole situation, before the situation, when I came in, so nothing has ever changed, Prescott said. "That's something I'm very thankful for that me and Tony were able to manage to keep our relationship the same throughout everything that was going on.

"I'm happy. I hope he's happy. He made the decision to retire. He's had a great career and he's got some big shoes for me to fill and I'm going to try to come in and do a good job for the Cowboys."