VIDEO: Dak Prescott Gives Ben DiNucci a Lesson in Swag

Adam Taylor McKillop
Check out video of Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott giving backup Ben DiNucci a little lesson in 'swag'.
Check out video of Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott giving backup Ben DiNucci a little lesson in 'swag'. / Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images
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If you asked Dallas Cowboys backup quarterback Ben DiNucci, he'd probably tell you he still has a lot to learn from Dak Prescott. Entering just his second year in Dallas, DiNucci got thrown into the action in the aftermath of Prescott's injury last year. Prescott is back and fully healthy and the two are working side-by-side at Cowboys training camp.

Well, not only is Prescott taking DiNucci under his wing with on-field mentoring, but he's offering some tips in the fashion department. Check out the video below.

In this NFL Hard Knocks clip released by the NFL Network's Twitter page, an unnamed voice urges Prescott to talk to DiNucci about his "swag." After all, in the video DiNucci is literally wearing nothing but his required uniform. No extra sweat bands, pads, nothing.

Prescott, on the other hand, is draped with a Cowboys hoodie underneath his red QB uniform. He's got multiple wristbands and leggings. The two have a bit of fun before DiNucci explains "if it a'int broke, don't fix it," in reference to his on-field style.

We'll see what sort of swag DiNucci approaches Week 1 of the NFL Preseason. It's a game he'll likely get more than a few reps under center, considering it's the first organized football competition aside from the Hall of Fame Game in seven months.


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