• Dez Bryant: Tony Romo will have postseason success with the Dallas Cowboys

    Summary of 36 articles · Updated Apr 1, 2013
    “Tony’s the man,” Dez Bryant said Wednesday on the NFL Network after being asked if Romo could throw for over 5,000 yards in a season. Good Friday turned into a great Friday for Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. Good Friday has turned into a great Friday for Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. Well, now we know why the Cowboys have been so interested in trying to extend the contract of quarterback Tony Romo. Not too long ago, it seemed uncertain whether Jason Garrett or Tony Romo would still be with the Co...
    • Did Cowboys QB Tony Romo give Jason Garrett an additional lifeline by signing new contract?

      Not too long ago, it seemed uncertain whether Jason Garrett or Tony Romo would still be with the Cowboys in 2014. Romo had just entered the final year of his contract last month while Garrett’s long-term future as head coach seemed imperiled after the C
    • Who's next in line for Cowboys' cash?

      In the wake of the Tony Romo contract extension, Calvin Watkins has a list of five players next in line to get big contracts from the Dallas Cowboys. He lists defensive end, Anthony Spencer, linbacker Sean Lee and Bruce Carter, wide receiver Dez Bryant …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Breakfast links: Tony Romo deal fallout

      Good morning and welcome to April. This means that we can now say "this month's NFL draft" instead of "next month's NFL draft." In the midst of the NFL offseason, we take any progress we can get. And we'll always take some links. Dal…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • More details on the Romo deal

      The full deal has yet to be released, but we’ve managed to pick up some more details about the contract signed Friday by Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. The $55 million in guaranteed money includes a whopping $40 million that is fully guaranteed. (Again,
    • George: Cowboys anted up for Romo, but are they gambling on a QB who’s peaked?

      Click here to read Brandon George’s entire column If it’s possible to raise expectations when they’re already through the roof, the Cowboys accomplished that Friday for quarterback Tony Romo. Romo signed a six-year, $108 million contract extension â
    • A caveat on Romo’s guaranteed money

      Initial reports regarding the new deal for quarterback Tony Romo hyped the fact that he’ll get more guaranteed money than Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. Technically, that’s true. Romo’s seven-year deal carries $55 million guaranteed; Flacco’s six-
    • George: Romo’s deal frees up $5 million in cap space; guaranteed money $3 mil more than Flacco

      Click here to read Brandon George’s entire column Good Friday turned into a great Friday for Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. Romo and the Cowboys agreed on a six-year contract extension that will likely keep him wearing the star on his helmet the
    • Taylor: Romo needs to rewrite his legacy

      Long defined by his failures, QB inherits big responsibilities with big contract
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Stephen Jones: “It’s not all on Tony’s shoulders”

      In case the $108 million contract wasn’t enough to convince you - and him - the Cowboys have full faith in Tony Romo. After signing the quarterback to a massive extension Friday, which includes $55 million guaranteed, ownership said they thought it
    • Cowboys' Romo gets 6-year, $108M extension

      To clear salary-cap space and lock up their franchise quarterback, the Dallas Cowboys and Tony Romo reached an agreement on a blockbuster six-year extension worth $108 million, making him the highest-paid player in franchise history.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Reaction from Jerry Jones, Romo on QB’s signing

      Beat writer Brandon George is tweeting about the Romo contract extension, getting reaction from owner Jerry Jones and Romo himself: Here are some of George’s tweets: Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on Romo deal in statement: “This is a significant day in te
    • Cowboys create $5 million in cap space with Romo deal

      The Cowboys needed to do a new deal with quarterback Tony Romo in order to reduce his $16.8 million cap number. According to Albert Breer of NFL Network, the new deal drops Romo’s 2013 cap charge to $11.8 million. That’s a savings of $5 million. Of co
    • You'll Pay For This: What's one playoff win worth? About $108 million …

      What's one playoff win worth? About $108 million to the Cowboys, who signed Tony Romo for six more years. The risky commitment makes two things clear, Chris Burke writes.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • National reaction to Tony Romo’s new deal with Cowboys includes Donovan McNabb criticism

      As you would expect, Tony Romo’s new contract extension has received national attention. Whether it was the fact that the deal is for six more years, that it is worth $108 million or that $55 million is guaranteed, there is plenty to discuss about the C
    • Donovan McNabb doesn't think Tony Romo deserves that big contract extension

      Reactions to Tony Romo's announced six-year contract extension, which comes with $55 million guaranteed and the potential to be worth $108 million in total, have been mixed. But former Eagles QB Donovan McNabb made his opinion quite clear.
    • New deal for Romo could come within “hours”

      This is what happens when a player has a team over a barrel. According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, a new contract for quarterback Tony Romo is “imminent,” and could happen within the next few hours. The Cowboys have always said they expected to
    • Tony Romo has all the leverage: Part 732

      People ask all the time about the status of the contract extension the Dallas Cowboys are going to end up giving quarterback Tony Romo. They ask sometimes as though there's still a question as to whether he'll get it. I consistently answer that he will,…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Teams could be lining up for crack at Romo in 2014

      Even after extensive neck and nerve problems, the rare availability in 2012 of a franchise quarterback sparked an intense chase for a guy who has racked up Hall of Fame stats but, in all fairness and objectivity, has underachieved in the postseason. Spe…
    • Report: Romo can’t be tagged in 2014

      Well, now we know why the Cowboys have been so interested in trying to extend the contract of quarterback Tony Romo. Apart from the importance of reducing his $16.8 million cap number for 2013, Romo’s contract was crafted in a way that prevents the Cowb

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