• Cowboys' talks with Tony Romo ongoing

    Summary of 10 articles · Updated Mar 20, 2013
    Tony Romo will sign an extension with the Cowboys. The Cowboys like and believe in Romo as their starting quarterback and want him around for a long time. So we got to fix that, but I think we’ve got a great chance with a good quarterback in Tony [Romo] leading the way. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has charged Jason Garrett and his staff to use quarterback Tony Romo in a better and more creative fashion. “It’s definitely one of the biggest weak links that we have because we cannot run the ball effectively and Tony Romo is dropping back and he can’t even get in his stance good enough and get comfortable to the point where he can throw the football,” Smith said during a Monday phone interview. Jones, speaking to beat writers for 30 minutes during a break in the NFL owners meetings, said talks are heating up between the two sides. Jones didn't make much of the extent to which the team's salary-cap concerns have limited its ability to maneuver this offseason even as he revealed that the team had re-signed linebacker Ernie Sims to a veteran minimum deal and was down to "five figures'" worth of cap space.
    Source: ESPN.com
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    • More creative? Jason Garrett believes the Cowboys have played to QB Tony Romo’s strengths

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    • PFT Live: Will Tony Romo sign a new contract?

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    • Jones: Cowboys' talks with Romo heating up

      Dallas Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones made it clear that quarterback Tony Romo will soon sign a contract extension but it's up to the coaching staff to make better use of the quarterback's skill set next season.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Breakfast links: Romo deal getting closer?

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      Source: ESPN.com
    • Cowboys closing in on extension for Tony Romo

      A contract extension for Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo appears to be coming sooner rather than later. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke Tuesday during the owner’s meetings in Arizona about the progress being made toward getting a new deal done with
    • Owner Jerry Jones wants Jason Garrett and coaching staff to be more creative and do a better job of utilizing Tony Romo’s skil

      Click here to read David Moore’s entire column PHOENIX - Tony Romo will sign an extension with the Cowboys. Owner Jerry Jones made that clear Tuesday afternoon while taking a break from the NFL meetings. This is not a question. It’s inevitable. The
  • Forget free agency. Cowboys must carve out salary cap room for their draft picks

    The focus right now is on free agency. That’s understandable. But since the Cowboys have no money to spend, let’s move on to how they will create enough money to sign their draft picks. Tony Romo currently consumes $16.8 million of the payroll. Given

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