It appears that Tony Romo’s long, eventful career with the Dallas Cowboys is coming to an end. According to multiple reports, the Dallas Cowboys are expected to release the Cowboy’s all-time leader in passing yards and touchdowns at some point today. With Romo’s expensive contract impacting the team’s ability to pursue free agents in addition to the arrival of rookie sensation, Dak Prescott, this appears to be the logical decision for the Cowboys to make. According to ESPN, the decision came after Romo and Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones, spoke on Tuesday. If the 36-year-old can stay healthy, he could be a good addition to many teams seeking solid quarterback play.
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