Dak Prescott, the star quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, has just added some serious ink to his right leg. TMZ Sports reported that Prescott recently visited Andres Ortega at Onder Ink in Arizona to get a massive tattoo that covers nearly his entire leg. The tattoo features a variety of images that are special to the 29-year-old QB.
One of the images is a picture of a moose, which honors Prescott‘s brother, Jace, who passed away in 2020. Additionally, the tattoo includes a picture of a Pegasus, which pays homage to Prescott’s mother, Peggy, who lost her battle with cancer in 2013.
In addition to these personal tributes, the tattoo also features several iconic sports images. There is a Black Mamba in honor of the late Kobe Bryant, a Jumpman logo for Michael Jordan, and a picture of Muhammad Ali.
The artwork also includes a nod to Prescott’s famous touchdown celebration, with Daffy Duck doing the move. And, to represent Prescott’s hometown, the tattoo includes a sign from the Pine Creek Estates mobile home park in Louisiana where he grew up, as well as the Dallas skyline.
It was a 10-hour long job to do
The artist, Ortega, revealed that the entire process took around 10 hours to complete, and isn’t the first time a Dallas Cowboys player has visited Ortega for some new ink. Just days before Prescott’s visit, his star wide receiver, CeeDee Lamb, also got a large back piece done by the artist.
It’s clear that Prescott‘s new tattoo is not just a random collection of images, but a deeply personal work of art that represents the important people and places in his life.
Fans of the athlete will undoubtedly be eager to see the tattoo on display during the next Cowboys game, and the ink will no doubt become a topic of conversation among sports fans everywhere.