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When the Cowboys really need to find Tony Romo's heir

IRVING, Texas -- Tony Romo turns 35 on April 21. He might say he has four or five years left to play at a high level, but that's not how the Dallas Cowboys can look at it. They need to see a quarterback with two back surgeries, who missed a game last season with two transverse process fractures and who had rib cartilage damage, and start wondering about Romo's successor. "We do have to look to the future relative to quarterback," Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said at the NFL owners meetings in Phoenix.

Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo to headline Vegas fantasy football convention

For so long, Tony Romo was charged with being quarterback who put up scintillating stats but did little in terms of delivering meaningful victories.

Tony Romo getting involved in fantasy football business

IRVING, Texas – Long one of fantasy football's most productive players, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is getting into the fantasy football business. Romo is an equity investor in the 2015 National Fantasy Football Convention that will be held July 10-12 at the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino in Las Vegas, which will bring fantasy football fans together with more than 100 active players for autograph signings, question-and-answer sessions, parties, and more.
Blogging The Boys Mar 21, 2015

Dallas Cowboys News & Notes: Is Tony Romo The NFL's Greatest Scrambler?

Latest Cowboys headlines: Why a new contract with Rolando McClain may not happen; The more picks, the better for the Cowboys; Watch some of Tony Romo's most epic scrambles. Tony Romo - Dallas Cowboys - Is He The NFL's Best Scrambler? You'll want to watch this video before it eventually could be taken down by the NFL. Why Rolando McClain’s ‘Path’ Might Take Him Away From Cowboys - Mike Fisher, CBS DFWFisher shares his thoughts on why a new contract with McClain may not happen: In addition to the usual contractual issues — money and years — this is about trust and reliability....

Final part of Tony Romo's guarantee comes due

IRVING, Texas -- Now that we are into the second week of the 2015 NFL league year, another $7.5 million of Tony Romo's $17 million base salary in 2015 has been fully guaranteed. Last March Romo had $7.5 million of the 2015 base salary with the second guarantee kicking in on the fifth day of the league year. After this year, no more money is guaranteed in the $106 million extension Romo signed in 2013. Romo’s base salaries in the next two years actually are lower than what he will make in 2015.

Tony Romo sad to see DeMarco Murray leave

IRVING, Texas -- Over the last few years DeMarco Murray become close friends with Jason Witten and Tony Romo as his role in the Dallas Cowboys' success grew. Murray's greatest effect might have been on Romo, who was no longer required to carry the heaviest burden for the Cowboys to succeed. Speaking to reporters from Surprise, Arizona, where he is visiting with the Texas Rangers, Romo spoke about Murray's departure to the Philadelphia Eagles. "It just happened, so you have to process everything," Romo said.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo: ‘We have to trust in the process’

SURPRISE, Ariz. – Tony Romo thought he was coming to Rangers camp to give a little cross-town pro-sport support. He walked into a Cowboys firestorm. No sooner had Romo donned a Rangers’ windbreaker and a spring training BP cap, than …

Cowboys Tony Romo set to appear on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is scheduled to appear on ABC’s ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!,’ when the show visits the SXSW hoopla in Austin next week,
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Report: Eagles to sign Byron Maxwell to five-year contract

In his four-year career Maxwell has racked up six interceptions, but they all have come in the last two seasons when he went from a role player to a full-time starter.
Blogging The Boys Mar 5, 2015

Dallas Cowboys: How 2014 Became The Best Year Of Tony Romo's Career

Tony Romo was asked to do less, but proceeded to do a whole lot more when all was said and done. Check out how 2014 became the best year of his career. Last offseason, Tony Romo was coming off of his second back surgery in as many years. He got to spend the entire offseason listening to doubters talk about how his career was likely over, as well as how much the Dallas Cowboys were going to struggle in 2014. His response? A %69.9 completion percentage with 3,705 yards, 34 touchdowns and only nine interceptions in 15 games. Tack on a career-best 113.2 quarterback rating and you have the best...

No reason for Tony Romo to take pay cut

IRVING, Texas -- The question was being asked before Peyton Manning agreed to take a $4 million pay cut from the Denver Broncos on Wednesday: Why doesn't Tony Romo take a cut in pay to help the Dallas Cowboys keep Dez Bryant and DeMarco Murray? Well, he doesn't have to. Nor should he. And if the Cowboys want to sign Bryant and Murray to long-term deals, they don't need any cash from Tony Romo. Romo is set to make a $17 million base salary in 2015 and count an NFL-high $27.

Duke senior Quinn Cook says Tony Romo beat him 1-on-1, more of the best tweets from Cowboys visiting Blue Devils

@dukeblueplanet on Twitter Wednesday was a busy day for some of the most important members of the Dallas Cowboys. Coach Jason Garrett, quarterback Tony Romo, … [visit site to read more]

Cowboys once again make trek to Duke

IRVING, Texas – At the NFL scouting combine, Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said he would take some offseason trips like he has done in the past, but he just didn’t want to be specific about where and when. Garrett was a guest speaker at spring training for the New York Yankees and this week he is once again at Duke but instead of just bringing Tony Romo with him, tight end Jason Witten and DeMarco Murray made the trip to Durham, North Carolina, as well.

Tony Romo, Jason Garrett, DeMarco Murray, Jason Witten visit Coach K, Duke hoops team

At the scouting combine two weeks ago, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett was guarded about revealing his off-season plans. During his time off last year, he and Tony Romo spent some time at Duke University, watching a basketball practice, attending a …

Cowboys' free-agent needs: Quarterback

With free agency starting March 10, it is time to break down the Dallas Cowboys' needs and wants. Teams can start talking with players on Saturday. Quarterback What they have: Tony Romo ($17 million base salary), Brandon Weeden ($660,000), Dustin Vaughan ($510,000). The position: Until 2014, the Cowboys have used a high-priced veteran as Romo’s backup from Brad Johnson to Jon Kitna to Kyle Orton. In 2012, the Cowboys gave Orton a $5 million signing bonus.

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