10:18 AM EST, Fri February 27, 2015

Three things we learned at combine: Cowboys

INDIANAPOLIS -- Observed and heard at the NFL combine on Thursday: Getting to work: Tony Romo has had two of his better seasons in 2013 and 2014 despite not being able to take part in the last two offseason programs, organized team activities or minicamps because of back surgeries. In the last two seasons Romo has 65 touchdowns and 19 interceptions. Romo tore ligaments in his left ring finger in the playoff loss to the Green Bay Packers, but coach Jason Garrett said that is healing fine and will not be an issue this offseason.

How much football does Tony Romo have left? Will Cowboys restructure his contract?

INDIANAPOLIS — The Cowboys have restructured Tony Romo’s contract in the past when they’ve needed extra salary cap space. But that move doesn’t appear to be as certain this year. “That’s still out there, and we know what our options …

Dallas Cowboys' Twitter mailbag, Part 1

IRVING, Texas -- Part 1 of the Dallas Cowboys' Twitter mailbag is ready. In it we discuss: Tony Romo's influence Trading in the first round Addressing the cornerbacks Replacing Monte Kiffin Looking at LaRon Landry Away we go: @toddarcher: Romo will have some influence, I'm sure, but he's not the guy paying the money or in charge of the roster so it won't be that much. If you remember a couple of years ago the Cowboys had Romo look at some receivers in the 2013 draft and he liked Terrance Williams and they ended up getting him.

NFC East awards: Tony Romo, MVP

NFL Nation reporters from the NFC East -- Phil Sheridan, Dan Graziano, John Keim and Todd Archer -- have crunched the numbers, ran through the analysis, double-checked their notes and gone with some gut feelings. This week, they are offering up their NFC East Awards. Today they close the awards with the division’s Most Valuable Player. Tony Romo was tied for third in the Associated Press MVP vote with two first-place votes. DeMarco Murray also received two votes, but in the NFC East voting, Romo received all four first-place votes.
Blogging The Boys Feb 13, 2015

Will The Dallas Cowboys Find Their Future Quarterback In The 2015 NFL Draft?

The Dallas Cowboys will need to address the future at the quarterback position in the very near future. The question is, could they find the answer in the 2015 NFL Draft? If so, who are the options to watch for? Let's begin by stating the obvious. The Dallas Cowboys will not be drafting a quarterback in the first or second rounds. It's pretty unlikely that they even consider one in the third round. They simply have too many other pressing needs that they must address before taking a shot on a quarterback who may start in a few seasons. To tack on to that thought, Tony Romo showed us this...

Cowboys fan loses bet, gets Tony Romo tattoo on arm

G.J. McCarthy/The Dallas Morning NewsDallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo smiles on the bench during the second half of Dallas 31-17 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday, November 9, 2014 at Wembley Stadium in London.

Tony Romo’s successor? QBs the Cowboys could target in the NFL Draft

Considering Tony Romo’s age — he’ll be 35 in April — and his history of back problems, the Cowboys need to identify his eventual successor. Brandon Weeden and Dustin Vaughan are the next two in line on the team’s current …

How much time did the Cowboys buy for Tony Romo?

In 2013, shortly after the Cowboys traded down and selected Travis Frederick, Jerry Jones said quarterback Tony Romo called him to express his gratitude. “Thank you for my extra half-second,” Romo told Jones, according to the owner himself. At the …

Watch: Cowboys’ Dez Bryant, Tony Romo and DeMarco Murray in high school

In honor of national signing day, watch Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, running back DeMarco Murray and receiver Dez Bryant in high school.

Where does Tony Romo rank among NFL’s top QBs?

Yes, it’s that time of year again when I rank the NFL’s top quarterbacks. This is usually results in Cowboys fans complaining that Tony Romo should be in the top five and Cowboys detractors saying he doesn’t belong in the …

Tony Romo explains why the Seattle Seahawks will win the Super Bowl

Tony Romo was in a good mood Saturday night. The Cowboys quarterback didn’t win MVP. He finished behind Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers and Houston’s J.J. Watt. But Romo was in a joking mood before the NFL Honors award show began …

Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray discusses visits to Tony Romo’s house

Michael Ainsworth/The Dallas Morning NewsDallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) and running back DeMarco Murray (29) during the second half of the Dallas Cowboys-Washington Redskins NFL football game at FedEx Field in Landover, MD, on Dec 28, 2014.

10 reasons why Tony Romo had a career year

IRVING, Texas -- Tony Romo just completed the most efficient season of his NFL career, passing for 3,705 yards with 34 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He completed a league-leading 69.9 percent of his passes and led the NFL with a passer rating of 113.2. Obviously, Romo has had plenty of outstanding seasons but this was the year Romo’s mental acumen and his physical skills morphed together perfectly. But he didn’t do it by himself.

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