Dak Prescott accused of using a machine for autographs



Add Dak Prescott to the list of NFC East quarterbacks under scrutiny for off-field merchandising practices. Beckett, a company that evaluates trading cards, has accused Prescott of using a machine to “sign” his autograph, ESPN’s Darren Rovell reports.

An authenticator for Beckett told Rovell that five cards examined by the company had a very “machine-like” feel to them.

An image of Prescott’s signatures provided to ESPN does appear to be lacking in flow.

Dak Prescott signed cards.

The allegation against Prescott comes on the heels of a potentially more substantial scandal involving Eli Manning. The Giants quarterback is part of a civil suit in which he is accused of instructing an equipment manager to obtain equipment that was passed off as game worn. A trial that was supposed to begin in September has been postponed indefinitely.


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