So is Tony Romo going to be spending more time on the job or will it just be more of the same? It's an interesting topic for discussion because the Dallas Cowboys' owner and general manager can't seem to agree with the team's head coach on if their franchise quarterback will be having more of an influence on the club's offensive game-planning.
To help you better understand what's been said, here's a roundup of public comments that have been made over the last month regarding Romo's alleged increased workload.
Jerry Jones talking to reporters at Valley Ranch after the draft concluded on April 27: "If Tony, for instance, would be here Monday through Saturday from seven in the morning to six o'clock at night all over this place then that's better than the way it's been. We'll have more success, and Jason believes that. It's certainly at quarterback but he believes it at the other positions.
"Tony is going to have more time, more presence, not only in the offseason but when the seas...