Dak Prescott opens up about depression

Cowboys' Dak Prescott says brother's death was a suicide

Prescott dealt with anxiety, depression after brother's suicide

Fos Sports said in its statement that Prescott showed courage in revealing his struggles with depression and mental health before admonishing Bayless. "So you have to share these things". If you are suffering from any form of depression, please seek help", Bayless said during Friday's broadcast of his Fox Sports 1 program, "Undisputed."While he spoke, Fox Sports put on screen a graphic offering a phone number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline". Bohling has been an adviser to the Cowboys. And Jace was never really much of a talker, so when something like that was a huge burden on him, he didn't know how to share it. "I think it's huge to get help - and it saves lives".

The Prescott brothers endured the death of their mother, Peggy, who died of colon cancer when Dak Prescott was a sophomore at Mississippi State in 2013.

Dak Prescott is speaking out. Prescott also admitted to suffering from depression following Jace's death, noting that he lacked the motivation to go and workout. DeMar DeRozan of the San Antonio Spurs has had his own struggles with mental health in the past, and today, he showed solidarity with Dak as he took to Twitter and called Skip a "punk" for his out of pocket remarks.

Many had reactions to Prescott's reveal, including FOX Sports personality Skip Bayless. Hopefully, Prescott is feeling the love right now.

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"I want to reiterate some points I made yesterday on the show about Dak Prescott and the depression he discussed". I think it's huge to talk.

"For sure, I realized it", Prescott said about counseling. Prescott said he hadn't been sleeping well before his father woke him up from one of his best nights of sleep in a long time with news of Jace Prescott's suicide.

"I mean, obviously tears and tears and tears". Prescott said that impacted Jace "immensely".

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The two-time Pro Bowler said his symptoms became so severe that he lost motivation to train and prepare for the upcoming season.

A fearless admission for Prescott, it's not always easy for an athlete constantly in the public's eye to open up and show his vulnerability.

"I don't want to sit here and dwell on the things that were a struggle for me when I know I'm very fortunate and blessed and other people have it much more worse", he said. "(You) can get on social media and be overcome with emotions and thoughts of other people and allow that to fill in their head when things aren't necessarily true, whether it's getting likes on Instagram or something being viewed or getting bullied or whatever it may be", he said. RT Cameron Erving is listed as the starter with La'el Collins out at least the first three games with a hip injury.

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