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See the gift Dak Prescott has got his Cowboys teammates for Christmas!

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Dak Prescott may not be able to contribute on the field, but the Dallas Cowboys quarterback makes sure to do the same off the field, this time deciding to gift his teammates Segway go carts for Christmas.

Dak Prescott sustained a horrible ankle injury all the way back in Week 5 against the Giants which has ruled him out for the entire 2020 season.

Moreover, the year has also taken his older brother Jace, the 31-year-old former Northwestern State offensive line who decided to end his own life in the month of April.

Dak Prescott gifts Segway go carts to his teammates

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Amid all the hardships Dak Prescott has endured this year, the quarterback has not forgotten to do his part in giving back to his team. To make this Christmas memorable, the quarterback decided to gift his teammates Segway go carts.

Prescott revealed the gesture on his Instagram story with a couple of short clips, which were later shared on Twitter by The Athletic’s Jon Machota.

The 2016 4th round draft pick, who is a two time Pro Bowler had collided with Giants defensive back Logan Ryan during a 9-yard run in the third quarter.

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The 27-year-old, who was was carted off the field in tears, had compound fracture and dislocation in his right ankle and had undergone surgery soon after the match.

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“Don’t take anything you’re doing for granted,” Prescott recently said on the’s Pepsi Rookie Roundtable, “whether it’s a walk-through, no matter how big it is or how small it is, don’t take it for granted because it’s a blessing.”

“As my career just in a snapshot, I’ve been able to play every level of my career because the guy in front of me has gotten injured,” the quarterback asserted, “so I know what it means to be ready, to stay ready in case a guy gets injured in front of you.”

“And now to be that guy that’s injured, for the first time in my career, I’m missing the rest of the season. It’s different. It’s tough,” added Prescott.

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