andDallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was sedated during an 11-hour practice so he could get an extreme tattoo on his leg, but it didn’t go down well with team owner Jerry Jones or Permission of coach Mike McCarthy.
Cowboys executives only discussed this delicate procedure through the media a few days before the team’s 2022 NFL season conference.
Although Prescott is known to be an ink enthusiast, at the start of the offseason he revealed that the job takes about 10 hours to complete.
What does Dak Prescott’s new tattoo look like?
For the final tattoo he placed along his right leg, Prescott Further, the entire design required about 11 hours of supervised sedation, Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.
One of the images, a photo of a moose, was created in memory of Prescott’s younger brother, Jace, who died in 2020.
There’s also a Pegasus graphic that pays homage to Prescott’s mother, Peggy, who died of cancer in 2013. The tattoos feature several iconic sports figures, such as Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Muhammad Ali, and even characters from League of Legends. Looney Tunes, Daffy Duck.
What did Jerry Jones and Mick McCarthy say about Dak Prescott’s tattoos?
To make things even more extreme, there’s not even a coach Mike McCarthy Not the team owner either Jerry Jones They were informed of the procedure, so neither man was too fond of their franchise quarterback’s decision.
“I certainly didn’t know he was underwater for 10 hours,” Jones said. “Just to be clear, I know nothing about tattoos. I’d better keep up. I don’t know that any tattoo requires this kind of sedation. That also explains why I don’t have one.”
As far as coaching is concerned McCarthy He also admitted that he was surprised when he first saw the scope and detail of her new tattoos. Prescott.
“I thought, ‘Wow, what happened to your leg…?'” McCarthy said. “So he showed it to me. I thought, ‘Oh my gosh, how long did this take? You’ve been doing it for a week.’ He said, ‘No, I did it in one fell swoop.’ He showed it to me A video and said, ‘Oh, my God.'”