Cowboys Star Dak Prescott Came Home To This Sign From His Neighbors
© Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports
Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott ended his season with an ankle injury on Sunday. He was carted off the field in tears, with the official diagnosis being a compound right ankle fracture and dislocation that will take 4-6 months to recover from. Upon arriving at his home that night, he was welcomed with this sign from his neighbors...

(The Spun)
Filed Under: NFL

Comments

11 Comments
At least it didnt happen in PanamaCityBeach Fl.
Reply9 days
Way nicer than LeBron’s neighbors
Reply10 days
s2
33
it could be that LeBLM is the problem, not the neighbors.
10 days
How long does he have to keep that up? Do they expect him to remove it? He has 1-1/2 legs. Kind of a pain in the arse if you ask me
Reply11 days
My thoughts as well. It’s a prank disguised as a nice gesture. HOA will probably fine him if he doesn’t crawl out to the street and remove it within 2 days.
11 days
The company who put it up will also come take it down. People do these signs all the time for birthdays, births, etc.
11 days
Is he in an apartment complex?
Reply11 days
ummm that's a gated home
10 days
Probably not the neighbor who was attacked by his dogs last year
Reply11 days
should've signed that monster contract Dallas offered you during the off-season. I like Dak, but that greed is going to cost him.
Reply11 days
I wonder if Winston Cup gave him the Cowboys bucket to carry his foot home in.
Reply11 days
Popular Stories
comments11

Jabril Cox Says The Defensive Struggles Are Not Because Of The Scheme Or Bo Pelini

"We’re staying together as a defense, working each day."
comments6

TJ Finley Leads LSU Past South Carolina In His Debut, 52-24

The Tigers improve to 2-2 on the season.
comments10

Watch: LSU Releases Tiger Stadium Hype Video Ahead Of South Carolina Game

Time to bounce back inside Death Valley this Saturday.
logoFollow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitterInstagram