The clock is ticking on the Dallas Cowboys if they want to get a long-term deal done with quarterback Dak Prescott, and for the first time it seems that doubts are growing about an agreement being reached.

Prescott and the Cowboys must reach a deal by Wednesday if they want to avoid the quarterback playing the 2020 season on the franchise tag, and there has been little news about progress being made in negotiations recently. ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler said on SportsCenter Saturday that this has led to some league sources thinking that nothing will get done, though the Cowboys are still relaxed about the circumstances.