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After an injury filled 2015 season and being injured during the preseason this past season, Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo didn’t see the field again until the final game of the season, when he threw for his only TD of the year.
After the emergence of rookie QB Dak Prescott, it became abundantly clear that Tony Romo’s future would be elsewhere. Numerous trade rumors surfaced, but with Romo’s contract, it makes it that much more impossible for that to happen.
According to reports, the Cowboys will be releasing Tony Romo so he is free to sign wherever he wants.
Source says Tony Romo expecting release, not trade, and believes he can start as #NFL QB 2-3 more seasons despite turning 37, injury history
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) February 16, 2017
— uSTADIUM (@uSTADIUM) February 16, 2017