• Cowboys QB coach thinks Romo tried to do too much last year

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Feb 18, 2013
    Although the coach acknowledged that Romo has a knack for making something out of nothing, Wilson said that Romo got himself into trouble in 2012 when he tried to do too much to make up for other offensive mistakes. Romo is who he is and isn’t likely to change much at this point in his career. The Cowboys haven’t shown any hesitation about committing themselves to more years with quarterback Tony Romo, which means there will be plenty of discussion about what he needs to do to get the Cowboys back to the playoffs. The other dynamic at play here is the fact that Romo is represented by CAA, which represents several starting quarterbacks who will be getting paid soon.  The Cowboys need to give him an extension in order to get under this year's cap. He knows this. This gives him leverage. Redskins GM Bruce Allen said last week that quarterback Robert Griffin III was " on schedule or ahead of schedule " in his rehab from offseason knee surgery, but Allen also said it would be months before the team could make a reasonable guess as to when Griffin might be able to play again.
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