- DAK PRESCOTT WAS QUESTIONED USING THE MACHINE TO COMPLETE THE SIGNATURE
For the Dallas Cowboys, the new season is to build the entire team around the quarterback Dak Prescott.
But since spring to summer this year, the cowboy's off-court news has not disappeared, with the first about runway Ezekiel Elliott was investigated, and recently turned to the quarterback Prescott.
Recently ESPN reporters pointed out that Dak was accused of using the machine to complete the personal signature, saying that "Prescott using the machine to complete the signature and then send to the souvenir company to sell to the collectors."
Steve Grad, a well-known expert in the identification of notes, said Dak's signature was mostly from the machine, and he said: "These signatures have a mechanized feeling that you can clearly see the beginning and the end of the position, so I Realize that this is done by the machine, I have never heard of which professional athletes do things like that.
In fact, Prescott is not the first NFL player to use the machine for sign, a few years ago Atlanta Falcons rookie has also been found that the personal signature card was done by the machine.
We understand that the daily life of the NFL players is very busy, and sitting there to complete thousands of signatures during offseason is not what they want, but it is unsuitable to claim the unreal signature to be true ones.