Tony Romo Trade Rumours: Denver Broncos No Longer Pursing Tony
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ARLINGTON, TX – JANUARY 15: Tony Romo #9 of the Dallas Cowboys warms up on the field prior to the NFC Divisional Playoff game against the Green Bay Packers at AT&T Stadium on January 15, 2017 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo : Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
Reports suggest that the Dallas Cowboys have recently moved their concentration to trade Tony Romo as opposed to releasing the veteran quarterback Thursday. Chris Mortensen of ESPN revealed that the Denver Broncos and Houston Texans are most likely to land Romo, reports Nesn.com.
As per reports the major turn in the situation keeps the Denver Broncos soundly in the Tony Romo sweepstakes. However their level of association stays indistinct. ESPN’s Josina Anderson expressed on Thursday that the front office still hadn’t occupied with a “formal meeting” about getting the Cowboys QB. However, an arrangement dependably appeared like the more consistent course for Dallas than a straight release.
Reports suggest that Tony Romo ought to carry his value on the market considering there is a predetermined number of choices accessible this offseason. Adding to that, he would be the best free agent available by a noteworthy edge at the game’s most essential position if let go, reports Steem It.
According to Spotrac, his contract is going to be the biggest hurdle. He is set to count $24.7 million against his salary cap in 2017, probably the highest quoted by any player. The Cowboys have proceeded onward to Dak Prescott under focus after his awesome rookie crusade, so there’s no motivation to sink practically $25 million into a reinforcement. Trade would permit Dallas to receive an advantage consequently and decrease the financial burden.
Sources say that the Denver Broncos and Texans bode well for a similar reason that they positioned inside the top five in total defense last season. There has also been concerns about Romo’s health as he has a history with injuries, however his track record on field is very strong.
However, the probable endgame is still that Tony Romo leaves Dallas before the begin of the 2017 season. Reports suggest that the nature and timing of that exit are not yet decided.
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