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The Dallas Cowboys are moving in on an extension with Tony Romo. Dallas has made it clear they still envision Romo as a franchise quarterback. Those praises have not stopped. “I feel good about where he is in his career. I like the fact that he spent the time he spent with Jason [Garrett] and Wade Wilson. I do expect with Bill Callahan involved and some of the input from the new staff. I do e
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Here is some news that more-than-a-few Dallas Cowboys fans will likely find discouraging.
Owner Jerry Jones was dead serious when he came forth last season and said that he wanted to extend Tony Romo’s contract.
It looks like he was so serious that he is willing to pay him not nice money but big money.
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The Dallas Cowboys and Tony Romo are close on a contract extension that will keep the quarterback with the team.
According to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Dallas Cowboys are still looking to sign quarterback Tony Romo to an extension so they can free up more cap room and make some moves in free agency.
Instead of focusing on signing any free agents right now, I think the Cowboys are going to work hard to get an extension done for both Romo and linebacker Anthony Spencer...
Yes, the "butt dumpling" or interception in the closing seconds of the game vs. Washington Redskins was a terrible throw. But, not all of the blame for the terrible finish to an up and down season belongs to Tony Romo. The majority of the blame goes to the Cowboys' weak offensive line.Let me break this down in easier terms -- When a QB spends majority of any game...
Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones indicated
that the team is closing in on a contract extension agreement with quarterback
Tony Romo, according to Clarence Hill of The Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
"Romo, of course, is someone that I expect our staff,
our offensive staff, to deploy Romo according to his pay scale," Jones
said. "Stay tuned, but he’s...
According to Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones indicated that they’re close to signing quarterback Tony Romo to an extension.
Jerry Jones intimates a deal with Tony Romo is near. He said its not weeks away.
— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) March 20, 2013
With Romo going into the final year of his current contract, I expect something to get done...
The Dallas Cowboys are very close to working out a new deal that will make Tony Romo a very rich man. As it has been reported, the Cowboys and Romo are diligently working towards a contract extension.
Jones would like to get a deal done soon so that it can help free up some salary cap room. No numbers have been discussed at this point, but as Jones told the Star-Telegram, he...
2013 marks the final season of a six-year contract extension that Tony Romo signed with the Cowboys during the 2007 season. While investing significantly in Romo may sound suspect given that the Romo era in Dallas has been marked with seasons like the one that just ended: a brief glimmer of hope eventually snuffed out by monumental failure once Week 17 or the playoffs roll around...
Jerry Jones is confident it will get done. Stephen Jones says it's the Cowboys' top priority.
Yet as the draft approaches, we still haven't heard a word about progress being made on signing quarterback Tony Romo to a contract extension.
The Cowboys need to sign Romo to an extension for salary cap reasons. If he plays out the final season of his contract, he will count...
The way last year ended (with Tony Romo running for his life every time the ball was snapped) locks in the first choice for the Cowboys.The first round pick will be an offensive lineman.However, a first round pick is going to be a cornerstone of your franchise, no matter who you pick. It's only possible to fail by selecting a bust.The second and third rounds, which take place...
Emmitt Smith ran behind some of the best offensive lines in league history during his time with the Dallas Cowboys. It's obvious that the Cowboys' current front five doesn't compare to those groups.
Actually, the Cowboys are coming off a season when it appeared as if they had one of the worst offensive lines in the NFL.
According to Smith, the unit protecting Tony Romo...