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If it wasn’t clear before, it is now—the future of the Dallas Cowboys is going to be as bright as Tony Romo and Jerry Jones want it to be.
Finding a quality starting quarterback in the NFL is not an easy thing to do. It would be nice if college success equated to success in the NFL, but that just isn’t the case. So...
Few names trigger the type of reaction when you say them in the middle of a group of sports fans like that of Tony Romo.
For whatever reason, the guys is a walking controversy. A large part of it is his position as Dallas Cowboys quarterback. Beyond that, he’s just a guy with which there is no middle ground. You love him or hate him. He’s good or he’s not. Quite simply, his...
Inside the latest edition of “Football Nation Today,” Alex Reimer discusses the biggest stories around the NFL:1st Down: Teams across the league are partaking in a game of QB carousel, with the Cowboys signing their man, Tony Romo, to a 6-year $108 million contract. The figures are astounding, as $55 million of the contract is guaranteed. Many say Jerry Jones and the Cowboys...
IRVING, Texas -- To fully understand quarterback Tony Romo's new contract with the Dallas Cowboys, you must understand that it's actually four different contracts.
On Friday afternoon, Romo's agent fed to the media the blockbuster number: Six years and 108 million. That was the first number released into the ether. So it is destined to stick.
Minutes later, I spoke...
WHOA. What an incendiary headline. These days it’s pretty unacceptable to write/say/do anything in support of the embattled Dallas Cowboys quarterback, but that’s what I am going to do here. I think it was a smart move to hand Tony Romo a 6-year/$108 million extension with $55 million guaranteed.
Sometimes, it's very hard to face reality.
But a new MEME is floating around the web that is making Dallas Cowboys fans do just that.
First this week came the realization (and the huge backlash on Twitter) that the Cowboys just guaranteed Tony Romo 55 million.
Now, they realize there's another team who has more playoff wins in their own stadium then they do.
The Cowboys signed quarterback Tony Romo to a shockingly controversial contract extension Friday. The shock is that it is controversial.
The inalienable truth about the NFL is it is always about the franchise quarterback.
If you have one, you overpay him.
If you think you have one or the possibility of one, you pay him.
If you don't have one, you are constantly scrambling...
When Tony Romo got his new contract extension from the Dallas Cowboys, it sent sports nation into a tizzy questioning his true worth. We took 10 players and reassessed their true worth with no restrictions towards cap space to determine some of the most valuable players in sports. This was fun.The post Reassessing The True Worth Of 10 Of The Most Valuable Players In Sports appeared...
Unsurprisingly, Tony Romo’s recent six-year, $108 million mega contract extension brought about familiar criticism. Romo became the richest player in Dallas’ illustrious history, but many fans and media types questioned if he was worth that kind of money. Phil Simms seems to think so. In an appearance on SiriusXM Radio Tuesday, the former Giants quarterback [...]
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Tony Romo’s new deal with the Dallas Cowboys is worth $108 million and includes $55 million in guaranteed money.
Philadelphia Eagle fans have been proudly wearing a devilish grin the last few days. The Boo-birds most hated division rival re-signed Tony Romo to a monster -questionably undeserved- contract extension...
Now that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has received an extremely lucrative long-term contract extension and Joe Flacco has been made the highest-paid player in NFL history, the table has been set for a much better quarterback to eclipse them all.
The six-year, $65 million deal Aaron Rodgers signed with the Green Bay Packers during the 2008 season expires after the 2014...