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DALLAS — It’s rare to see Dak Prescott struggle to answer a question. The Cowboys’ quarterback is a public relations dream. He almost always finds a way to say the right thing.

But Prescott struggled a bit to find the words Thursday, a day after the Cowboys released his close friend and backfield teammate Ezekiel Elliott.

“It’s tough,” Prescott said.. “It really is. It’s tough. Playing the game with a brother. Being able to start this NFL career and share so many memories, and grow up as men with this organization. I really can’t imagine taking the field without him. It’s something that I don’t know if it has completely hit me yet.

“Obviously I’ve talked to him. I’m hurt. I’m sure he is. But it’s more important for me to just be able to support him. I know he’s got more opportunities coming his way. I love that guy. Proud of him. I’m the No. 1 supporter for him no matter what.”

Prescott spoke with reporters at NorthPark Center shopping mall in Dallas. The current Cowboys QB was joined by legendary former Cowboys QB Troy Aikman for a Children’s Cancer Fund event. Prescott and Aikman are honorary chairs with the “Quarterbacks for a Cure” group that has hosted the Children’s Cancer Fund Gala for the last 32 years.

Prescott and Elliott entered the league together as part of Dallas’ 2016 draft class. Elliott was picked fourth overall. Prescott was selected at No. 135. Prescott is now the only member of that draft class who remains on the roster. Prescott is also one of only 10 Cowboys remaining on the roster from when Mike McCarthy was hired as head coach in January, 2020.

The others are OT Tyron Smith, RG Zack Martin, DE DeMarcus Lawrence, CB Jourdan Lewis, LB Leighton Vander Esch, WR Michael Gallup, DE Dorance Armstrong, RB Tony Pollard and S Donovan Wilson.

“To hear how much it has turned over, 10 is a big number at this point,” Prescott said. “I didn’t see this day coming. It’s part of the business.”

The Cowboys also recently moved on from offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, who had either been a teammate or coach every season of Prescott’s NFL career.

“Having all those guys depart, so many close friends, good teammates and not win a championship, and the urgency was there,” Prescott said. “But now as that’s turned over, realizing that I might blink and my career might be over with.

“The urgency is now. It’s now or never. It’s as simple as that. No sugarcoating it.”

The Cowboys have had a strong start to free agency. They have taken care of some important roster needs on defense, re-signing Wilson and Vander Esch and trading for five-time Pro Bowl cornerback Stephon Gilmore. Offensively, more work needs to be done. Prescott needs more weapons in the passing game. They’ll likely need to draft a running back at some point to help replace Elliott. The interior of the offensive and defensive lines needs some help as well. Oh, and then there’s the need for a new kicker. But the overall roster still appears good enough to keep Dallas in position for a third consecutive playoff appearance, something that hasn’t happened since 1996. The team will ultimately be judged by what it does in the postseason.

Prescott didn’t discuss the subject Thursday, but he will be the NFL’s longest-tenured quarterback with their current team when Aaron Rodgers departs Green Bay. He’ll also be in an NFC that is absolutely wide open. Prescott is in the argument as the conference’s best quarterback. Others in that conversation would probably be Matthew Stafford, Jalen Hurts, Kyler Murray, Kirk Cousins, Geno Smith, Jared Goff and Derek Carr. It’s certainly not the AFC group, which includes Patrick Mahomes, Joe Burrow, Josh Allen, Justin Herbert and Trevor Lawrence.

Before Prescott exited the building, he was asked one last question about if it was bittersweet that the Cowboys were moving on from some close friends, teammates and members of the coaching staff.

“It’s tough to say it’s sweet right now,” Prescott responded. “… I know the sweet is coming. I’m a very optimistic guy, don’t get me wrong. Change is good. I’ve always said that. It’s tough for me to see it in this moment. But I know it’s coming. And I’m excited for when it does.”

(Photo of Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott: Kevin Sabitus / Getty Images)