Cowboys May Have Found Trade Partner For Romo
Oh how much of a difference only 24 hours can make.
Just yesterday, everyone was under the assumption that Tony Romo will be released by the Cowboys this afternoon. Looks like things have changed.
Tony Romo is now expected to be traded, rather than released, to the Broncos or Texans per Chris Mortensen.
Cowboys now expect to trade Tony Romo to Broncos or Texans, sources say. Broncos talking with Jets about Trevor Siemian.— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) March 9, 2017
The Broncos and Texans both have a pressing need to improve the quarterback position. They are ranked 23rd and 30th respectively in pass offense DVOA (Defense-Adjusted Value Over Average).
Pro Football Focus ranked Brock Osweiler 32nd among 34 qualified quarterbacks while Trevor Simian was ranked 30th.
There hasn't been a mention of what the Cowboys could get in return for the veteran quarterback.
Romo turns 37 in April and has only appeared in 5 games from 2015-2016. Time is running out for the veteran quarterback. This might be his last chance at that elusive Superbowl ring.
Which team do you think Romo would be better off with?