Found February 23, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Tony Romo
TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys
                        Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones sat down with some local Dallas reporters as well as some national reporters on his brand luxury bus in Indianapolis to talk about the future of his team. Jones indicated that they haven’t begun contract talks with quarterback Tony Romo yet, despite a report that claims they have.  He did mention that he has an idea of what the numbers of Romo’s extension will look like. Of course Jones expects Romo to be the Cowboys’ starter for the future.  Sounds like Dallas’ fans need to temper their hopes of getting a new quarterback any time soon.   Need NFL Tickets? var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script = document.createElement('script'); ref = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; _CI.counter = (_CI.counter) ? _CI.counter + 1 : 1; document.write(''); script.type = 'text/javascript'; var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script = document.createElement('script'); ref = document...
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
RELATED ARTICLES

Jerry Jones puts Cowboys success entirely on Jason Garrett’s shoulders

Its Jason Garrett’s show now and he better make the best of it, owner Jerry Jones said in so many words. Jones had been vocal about making changes that would get the Cowboys over the hump, but now those changes are Garrett’s, and so are the consequences. There are some that think Garrett is a dead man walking, the gutting of his staff was a foreshadowing of Garrett’s future...

Can Jerry Jones resist the urge to draft Manti Te’o?

Your Cowboys question of the day: Can Jerry Jones resist the urge to draft Manti Te’o? News out of the NFL combine, according the Dallas Morning News, is that Jones plans to sit down with Te’o. That would not be a big deal, really, if it weren’t for everything we know about Jerry “Sideshow” Jones. He is all about the splash. Wherever the cameras are likely to be flashing...

Jason Garrett “absolutely” expects Jay Ratliff to remain on the Cowboys for 2013

Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett met with the media on Friday at the NFL Scouting Combine and was asked about the future of defensive tackle Jay Ratliff. Garrett replied by saying that he “absolutely” expects Ratliff to remain with the Cowboys for the 2013 season. It’s interesting that Garrett would come out and commit to Ratliff with all of his off the field issues...

Garrett says Ratliff will remain with Cowboys

Four-time Pro Bowler Jay Ratliff experienced a tumultuous 2012 season with the Dallas Cowboys plagued by injuries, a locker-room conflict with owner Jerry Jones, and last month, a DUI arrest. Nevertheless, the Cowboys on Friday left no doubt about the team's plans for Ratliff to remain with the team this year. "Absolutely," coach Jason Garrett said from the NFL Scouting...

Miles Austin Could Be Cap Casualty In The Near Future

ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweets that WR Miles Austin could be a ”potential salary cap casualty” in the next few days as the Cowboys look to free up some much needed cap room. Schefter adds that Dallas is “roughly $18 million over the cap” and cutting Austin loose would free up $3.6 million. Austin, 28, could also be approached about restructuring his contract. He’s dealt...

Garrett tells truth about short-sighted approach

Someone stop the presses, if this were a newspaper. A member of the Dallas Cowboys organization has told the truth. No, I'm serious. After a week of Stephen Jones saying hilarious things, such as the club's No. 1 need on defense being safety, a member of the organization has been injected with truth serum. None other than head coach Jason Garrett took the podium Friday in...

Jerry Jones admits he knows Anthony Spencer won’t accept his contract offer

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones admitted to ESPN’s Ed Werder as well as a bunch of other reporters that he knows linebacker Anthony Spencer isn’t going to accept the offer he makes him to stay in Dallas and not leave in free agency next month. “The number I have in mind is much less than he’s going to take,” said Jones. It sounds like Jones has accepted that fact that...

Jerry Jones On Cowboys: When We Win Super Bowl, Give Me Credit As GM

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is growing increasingly frustrated with his franchise’s year in and year out ineptitude, and would like to start competing for championships asap. Jones has taken share of the blame because of his personnel choices, and his unwillingness to bring in someone to be a general manager. Jones recently reiterated at the NFL Combine that he would remain...

Tony Romo Is Cowboys’ Best Option at Quarterback Right Now, But Extension Would Be Bad Move for Franchise

The Dallas Cowboys haven’t made the playoffs in three straight seasons and, even with a flurry of offseason moves already, could make it four in a row in 2013. At the head of that problem is Jerry Jones, the eccentric owner who doesn’t know how to keep from meddling in player personnel, and just below him is head coach Jason Garrett, who has been anything but innovative since...

Dallas Cowboys 2013 Offseason Preview

The Dallas Cowboys put themselves in a good situation to be successful; they just didn’t come through once they were in that position. In a winner-take-all game for the NFC East crown, the Cowboys fell 28-18 to the Washington Redskins, dropping them to a third place, finishing 8-8 in the division. The Cowboys’ biggest strength was the passing game, where they finished third in...
Cowboys News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.