Free agency began 11 days ago and Tony Romo is still a member of the Dallas Cowboys. He went 50-3 as the starter in four years with the Broncos and is still the winningest player in college football history.
The 27-year-old would have been the starting quarterback when Romo went down in a preseason game against Seattle had he not already broken his right ankle in training camp. It remains unclear where Romo will be working during the 2017 season. Per Spotrac, he was responsible for a $20.835 million cap hit when factoring in signing, option and restructuring bonuses to his $8.5 million base salary.
Heart of hearts, what does Tony Romo want the most in life? The team could also afford him for the next two years but hasn't shown a willingness to take it all on. Yet. The Cowboys will part ways with Romo at some point this offseason and likely will draft a quarterback in the mid-rounds to serve as a developmental prospect.
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Approximately two weeks into the NFL's free-agency period, Moore agreed to return to the Cowboys for a third season, the organization announced on Monday.
By re-signing Kellen Moore to another contract and expressing interest in signing Josh McCown as the main backup to starting quarterback Dak Prescott, it is very clear that the front office in Dallas is ready to move to a new chapter.