Tony Romo's retirement seems to have solved a headache for Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.Now he won't have to worry about seeing his former quarterback line up opposite his team.In a pre-draft news conference on Monday, Jones explained why Romo's retirement and move to CBS is a relief for him and the Cowboys."Yes. I think if he were [playing for another team], they would be real competition for us this year," Jones said.Romo, who lost his starting to spot to Dak Prescott last season while out with an injury, was at one time tied to possible jobs in Denver and Houston before announcing his...
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