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"I think proximity to Dallas would be attractive to Tony for family considerations". The defense is already dominant and even the offense is stacked with weapons across the field.

ESPN NFL analyst Bill Polian said the Texans receivers may be overhyped.

Among the other squads potentially looking for a quarterback, the New York Jets, Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers seem to be ways away from contention. Whether that's [Tom] Savage or [Brock] Osweiler is immaterial.

One conclusion from Werder's report - unless Romo or the source close to him is misinformed - is the Cowboys perhaps don't think they can swing a trade for Romo.

While a release is very much in play, Dallas can try to get something in a trade for Romo but it's a "tough, complicated thing", says Fish. That's really steep for a 36-year old quarterback with an injury history.

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Under his current contract, Tony is set to count for $24.7 million against the salary cap, and Dallas would be responsible for all of that if they keep him and the majority of it if they trade him.

On Friday, the Twitter-world went wild after suggestions that the Washington Redskins should take a chance at bringing in Tony Romo.

The Giants are scheduled to play at the Broncos and Cardinals in 2017.

Denver's line is suspect and Polian believes Chiefs coach Andy Reid still has confidence in incumbent starting quarterback Alex Smith. "It doesn't mean those are the only four teams he'll end up with". Most thought it was a foregone conclusion that Romo would be traded - likely to Denver - but it appears Dallas feels it might not get much in return. "Tony is going to have to recognize that that's the case". They now have Kirk Cousins, but if they thought they could land Romo, maybe they trade Cousins or let him walk, and then move on to Romo. They will likely still shop him around to National Football League teams but it seems unlikely that anyone will give up a pick and take on the contract of a 37-year-old quarterback with a rather lengthy injury history. Throughout the season, owner Jerry Jones would answers questions daily on what he was to do once Romo was healthy.


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