Joe Theismann Says Any GM That Trades For Tony Romo Should be FIRED (AUDIO)
With the emergence of rookie QB Dak Prescott this season, Tony Romo has become the odd man out in Dallas. If any team decides they want to trade for him, the GM should be fired on the spot, according to former quarterback Joe Theismann.
“Any general manager that would make a deal for Tony Romo shouldn’t keep their job as general manager,” Theismann said on Bleacher Report Radio. “It’s a bad business decision, plus what offensive line is going to be the same one he has in Dallas?
“I think Tony Romo stays a Dallas Cowboy. He’s got a $24 million cap, you negotiate that down to a number that’s palatable for the team. If Dak [Prescott] gets hurt, he goes and plays, and you put incentives in if he does play. To me, Tony Romo’s got to be a Dallas Cowboy to the end of his career.”
Theismann has a point, as Tony Romo will be 37-years-old by the time next season rolls around and he can’t even stay healthy behind the best offensive line in football in Dallas. How could he possibly stay healthy anywhere else?