Tony Romo says Cowboys cut him to let him keep bonus money

It looks as if CBS will win the Tony Romo sweepstakes with an offer that was just too good to pass up. Romo leads Cowboys legend Roger Staubach by seven and Troy Aikman by nine. "It got easier when I started to really get excited about working with CBS".

There had been numerous reports about the team releasing Romo last month but he remained with the team, with reports also suggesting that Romo was on the trading block. One of those teams is the Houston Texans, which Tony Romo considers as the top National Football League team on his wish list. I know what it takes to play football. "I hope that I'm able to make the CBS family proud with their decision".

McManus said he first thought Romo had promise in that role after Romo gave him a breakdown of the New England-Seattle matchup during a Super Bowl party before the Patriots beat the Seahawks two years ago.

While Romo didn't have the opportunity to negotiate or workout for any teams that would have considered adding him to their quarterback room including the Houston Texans, Romo made the decision independent of the different teams that may have been interested.

According to Jerry Jones, Cowboys owner stated in a press release that they wished Tony and his entire family nothing but the best.

The evidences are gradually starting to spill and fall into its places for veteran quarterback Tony Romo's future.

As for other Cowboys players who thanked Romo on Tuesday, the list also includes Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott. "And if I get in front of some of these teams, I'm going to be enticed to really want to go to play".

Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams got in the Romo action by tweeting out a goat emoji.

"I've seen him fight some battles when the team was bad".

"I'm a Dallas Cowboy". Now right now? I'm telling you that I don't think it's going to be that hard of a decision.

CBS announced their plans to break up their top broadcasting duo of Simms and Jim Nantz after twelve years and replace Simms with Romo, who has little to no experience in the booth.

  • Julie Sanders