The Chiefs have come up as a possible destination for quarterback Tony Romo, once he’s a former Cowboy. But Chiefs owner Clark Hunt seems to be just fine sticking with Alex Smith under center. According to Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star, Hunt said he was on board with coach Andy Reid, and that…
If Denver swings a deal for Tony Romo, it would send ripples throughout the organization.
John Elway isn't out on the Romo sweepstakes just yet
The Cowboys celebrated on Saturday night the 25th anniversary of their 1992 Super Bowl championship team. Looming over the franchise continues to be the immediate future of the best quarterback in franchise history to not win a Super Bowl. His future is undecided, according to the man who will eventually decide it. Via Clarence Hill…
Kimmel found Romo on the golf course when he called to ask for advice
Broncos should stick with Paxton Lynch, Trevor Siemian and resist urge to get Tony Romo.
If Tony Romo wants to win a Super Bowl, Denver and Houston make a lot of sense as a 2017 destination
Inside the Clemson star’s diabolical (read: joking) plan to get Dak Prescott and Tony Romo traded to the Browns so he can start for the Cowboys. Clemson national champion quarterback and forthcoming NFL draft pick Deshaun Watson went to a ceremony in Fort Worth, Texas, on Tuesday. Show More Summary
A certain quarterback who may or may not be elite.
Alex Smith would be more palatable in New York, but he won't be available unless KC makes a move for Tony Romo.
Tony Romo could wind up clearing cap space for both the Chiefs and Cowboys
Tony Romo, Jay Cutler... the list of potential cuts in the NFC is heavy on yesterday’s stars. This year’s list of NFL free agents is already a long one, and it’s about to get even longer as teams start making roster cuts. Expensive veterans...Show More Summary
There has been plenty of talk about where Tony Romo might end up next season–here are five potential spots that make sense–but (...)
The longtime Cowboys starter looks like he’s headed out the door in Dallas. Here’s a look at why and where he might be going next. For the first time in Tony Romo’s 14-year NFL career, he’s entering an offseason where it’s unlikely he’ll...Show More Summary
The Cowboys quarterback is going to play in 2017, it's just a matter of where
The biggest topic around the Cowboys in the opening weeks of the offseason has been the fate of quarterback Tony Romo, but he wasn’t the only Dallas starter who saw a rookie take over his spot in the lineup last season. Running back Darren McFadden was brushed aside by Ezekiel Elliott even before he injured…
With more quarterbacks than normal available this offseason, it might take the first domino falling to make them all drop in a hurry. And one of the first could be Tony Romo, when/if Dallas releases him (and if he plays nice and allows that). If that happens, a small group of teams who are clearly…
The trade-or-release Tony Romo question ultimately will be resolved by the Cowboys. However, it’s not simply a question of what the team wants. What Romo wants matters, too. He undoubtedly wants to be released, so that: (1) he can pick his own next team; (2) his next team won’t be diminished by whatever would be…
Here are Vegas' future odds for which team Tony Romo will suit up for in 2017.
It's only a matter of time before Cowboys part with QB, but where will he go?