Barring a special circumstance, free agency is pretty much over for the Dallas Cowboys, per a source.

In addition to re-siging several of their own free agents, led by receiver Amari Cooper’s five-year, $100 million deal, the team has added three new starters in defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, nose tackle Dontari Poe and safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix while shoring put depth tight end Blake Bell and cornerback Maurice Canady.

So the Cowboys have now turned their attention back to the biggest focus of the offseason: signing quarterback Dak Prescott to a contract extension.

Per a source, the Cowboys have not only resumed talks with Prescott and his representative Todd France but have presented him with a new offer that would not only make him the richest player in franchise history but also possibly the highest paid player in the NFL.

When the Cowboys put the exclusive franchise tag on Prescott on March 16, it was after he turned down an updated offer of at least $34 million annually. He had turned down a deal for $33 million annually with $105 million in guarantee money last September.