The Cowboys have changed their play-caller. There will be a new offensive coordinator as well as a new quarterbacks coach for the 2023 season.

There will be new voices and faces surrounding Dak Prescott next season. But when it comes to the passing game, don't expect any other major changes for the Cowboys this year. In fact, the team's brass sounds rather confident that Prescott will not only be here for a while, but maybe even another … decade?

That's what Cowboys chief operating officer Stephen Jones said on Wednesday regarding Prescott, who turns 30 in July.

"Dak is going to be our guy for, hopefully the next 10 years," Jones said. "You say that's a long time because he's already played seven. But I think Dak will play that long because he takes care of himself, and he's driven to be great. We fully expect him to be here for 10 years."

If that's the case, that should answer the question about whether the Cowboys would like to extend Prescott's contract as early as this season, which would add years to the deal that has just two seasons remaining on it. But right now, Prescott's salary cap charge for 2023 is $49.1 million. The Cowboys could lower that to try and get under the cap and have flexibility to re-sign players and possibly add free agents.