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Jerry Jones: What dilemma? Tony Romo, not Dak Prescott, will start for the Cowboys when healthy

The Dallas Cowboys have a huge problem on their hands. Jerry Jones’ squad appears to be just a couple weeks away from having Pro Bowl quarterback Tony Romo back after breaking a bone in his back during the preseason. But when that happens, what about rookie quarterback Dak Prescott, who has led...
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