Found September 14, 2012 on
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According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, the Dallas Cowboys and the reps of quarterback Tony Romo have begun preliminary talks towards getting a contract extension hammered out.
A source says Cowboys have informed Tony Romo they want extension and very preliminary contract talks have occurred. #nfl #cowboys
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) September 14, 2012
Romo’s current contract isn’t set to expire until 2016, but the years of 2014-2016 are voidable years. It looks like the Cowboys want to lock him up with a more secure contract that will free up some cap room as well as reward their franchise quarterback.
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Tony Romo isn’t a bad quarterback.
He never was, the question is can he become anything more than just a very good quarterback? Romo is going to get every dime of the $68 million contract he signed almost six years ago, but the Cowboys seems willing to hitch their wagon to Romo for the long term.
Werder, who has been covering the Cowboys in one form or another for two decades...
One of the worst moments of Tony Romo's football career, if not the worst, had nothing to do with him playing quarterback. On Jan. 6, 2007, it appeared that Romo would lead the Dallas Cowboys to a wild-card playoff win in Seattle.
He'd moved his team to Seattle's 2-yard line with 1:19 left in the game after tight end Jason Witten was stopped just short of a first down...
Don’t bobble this one, Tony
Tony Romo bobbled the snap on a potential chip-shot field goal that would have given his Cowboys the lead over the Seattle Seahawks. It was one unfortunate play in an otherwise solid performance—including his guiding the team down the field to set up the potential game-winning 19 yard field goal.
Tony Romo was the Cinderella story of...
The Dallas Cowboys (Jerry Jones) have made it clear that they want to keep Tony Romo on the Cowboys for years to come. According to ESPN, Jones has based his interest in extending Tony Romo's contract with the Cowboys past 2013. The Cowboys are motivated in keeping, as it's being said by a few people, in Dallas, that the Cowboys have the pieces together to become a contender...
Tony Romo may never have a positive legacy because of The Botch during the 2006 playoffs.
The 2006 season was the first one I covered for this blog. The Cowboys looked very mediocre early that season as Drew Bledsoe continued to earn a “statue” nickname and Terrell Owens did little to help the Cowboys stand out.
Then came the emergence of a new quarterback. He played college...
Earlier today Ed Werder of ESPN reported that the Cowboys and the reps of Tony Romo have had preliminary discussions towards getting a contract extension done.
According to Mike Florio of PoFootballTalk.com, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says they’re not looking to extend Romo’s contract.
Florio also mentioned that a source told him that an extension is unlikely right now.
Remember 2007: Dallas trailed the Seahawks by a point late in that contest before driving deep into enemy territory to set up a go-ahead field goal attempt with 1:19 left. However, quarterback Tony Romo — then also serving as the Cowboys’ holder — mishandled the snap from center and kicker Martin Gramatica was never able to get an attempt off as Seattle escaped with a narrow...
Ah, the weekend is finally here. It’s time for sleeping in, lawn work, and of course, last minute fantasy football alterations.
Being only Week 2, I hope all of you have not lost your optimism just yet. So what if you started 0-1? So did half of your league. So what if you scored 17 points, with 9 coming from your kicker? Well, then you might be in trouble. But, the season...
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Headed into Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-0), they're not so sure anymore.
Dallas quarterback Tony Romo shredded the secondary for 307 yards and three touchdowns in the Cowboys' 24-17 win to open the season for New York. He completed 22 of 29 passes, and finished...
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