Found January 06, 2013 on CowboysBlog.Net:
Cowboys Nation is still waiting for some “changes” in Dallas, nothing last week, but with a full work week this week, maybe some changes will start coming. Last year Tony Sparano looked like a good fit to return, but didn’t happen, and this year the talk revolves around Norv Turner. You also have the possibility of changes on defense, Rob Ryan and the 3-4 are on the hot seat, so we’ll see if Jerry Jones makes a shakeup there. For now, lets talk about how the Cowboys will be able to create some cap space. The Cowboys can cut some players loose which they will certainly do, and they will likely need to negotiate some of these bloated contracts. The contract I’m interested in is that of Tony Romo. Jerry has made is clear that he sees Romo here for a long time unfortunately, but is that just talk, does he really see him here a long time? I don’t, nor do I and most of Cowboys Nation want Romo here anymore. He is what he is, he’s a mid-tier QB with flashes of greatness, but has more disas...
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