Tony Romo reportedly expects to be released, not traded

Tony Romo reportedly expects to be released, not traded

The latest National Football League rumors imply that Romo believes he is going to get released by the Cowboys. But you already knew that.

The Cowboys don't play the Texans in 2017, but the schedule rotation matches them against the AFC West, which means games against Denver and Kansas City.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said recently that he wasn't sure what to do about Romo, especially in light of the fact that Dallas built the offense specifically around his skill set.

So, Debate Camp. where should Romo go? And don't get me wrong - I want Tony to succeed. I see a lot of people, whether it's on message boards or on ESPN, who say Denver is the ideal spot for him to land.

The Broncos young quarterbacks, Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch, do need time to develop, but Denver's 9-7 record in 2016 is surely not exclusively on their shoulders.

Romo playing as the backup is not going to work because he made it clear that he wants to be a starter next season whether for the Cowboys or a different team.

Brutally honest girl scout critiques cookies
Penny Crapser, the Girl Scouts' cookie sales coordinator, carts over cases of cookies to be loaded into parents' vehicles. What makes Charlotte's letter standout is her honest review of the eight cookies for sale.

Houston's defense, led by J.J. Watt, Jadeveon Clowney, and Benardrick McKinney, is both young and extremely talented.

Romo would have Lamar Miller at running back, along with DeAndre Hopkins and Will Fuller at wide receiver.

One of the teams that could have an interest in Bouye is the Philadelphia Eagles since a cornerback is their main need heading into free agency.

If Romo does hit the market, he'll instantly become the top signal-caller available and several ideal destinations will be open to him. He's scheduled to make $14 million in 2017 and $40 million more over the final two seasons. He would fit well with the Houston Texans if he's willing to take much less money. And they certainly have a great deal of positives in terms of personnel and coaching.

105.3 The Fan's Mike Fisher has been reporting for months now that Romo could be released, as that represents a simple and logical resolution if Romo chose to continue playing football.

We'll get into personnel in a minute, but let's start by talking about that intangible called winning tradition. They also thought they were Super Bowl contenders and that Bradford could do enough for them to win a title. Three, and they've never been past the divisional round.

  • Lamborghini Cars Subject To Recall Due To Fires

    The affected models include the Aventador which sells for around US$400,000 and the rare US$4 million Venono model. The Aventadors included in this recall include models produced between March 22, 2011 and December 5, 2016.

    Cases of Human Trafficking Reported in NC in 2016

    That's according to a report from Polaris , a national organization that works to eradicate trafficking and to help its victims. Robin Thompson from the Survive and Thrive Advocacy Center said education in human trafficking plays a key role.

    Woman Survives 6 Days Without Lungs

    Benoit's husband, Chris, gave doctors the go-ahead, thinking of their three-year-old daughter. Although it had never been carried out before, doctors chose to remove her lungs entirely.
  • New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Blasts Phillies & 'Bitter' Fans, Says They 'Suck'

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Blasts Phillies & 'Bitter' Fans, Says They 'Suck'

    It's believed the move was designed to punish the mayor of Fort Lee, who declined to support Christie in his re-election campaign. Christie's state, raged against the governor during the game, shouting unprintable words at him in the owner's box.

    "Historic" growth in solar energy industry occurred past year

    Luecke, a Wisconsin native, says if state government would create incentives to add more solar, there would a payoff for workers. In other words, the growth in part reflects the fact that more and more American families and businesses are turning to solar.
    Azerbaijan submits its oil output data to OPEC

    Azerbaijan submits its oil output data to OPEC

    The next meeting of the committee set up to monitor oil output cuts by OPEC and non-cartel producers is scheduled for March. They said Russia's oil output averaged at 1.516 million tonnes per day, or 11.11 million bpd last month.
  • Kitimat sees population decrease in 2016 census

    Saint John reported negative growth of 2.2 per cent while the population of New Brunswick as a whole declined by 0.5 per cent. Well, today's numbers are the first of seven data sets from the 2016 census, set to be released over the course of the year.
    Millwall and Fulham shock Premier League sides in FA Cup

    Millwall and Fulham shock Premier League sides in FA Cup

    I've said it all along we need these players but maybe the club are best to answer when and where that's going to happen". Millwall caused another cup upset at the Den as they claimed their second Premier League scalp of the competition.
    The gold price appears indifferent while Doomsday Clock moves

    The gold price appears indifferent while Doomsday Clock moves

    The Doomsday Clock has been maintained by the members of The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists' Science and Security Board since 1947.
  • China January consumer inflation quickens to 2.5 percent, beating forecasts

    So-called core producer prices have climbed 1.6% in the past year, down from a two-year high of 1.8% two months ago. In January alone, food prices increased by 2.3%, led by a 3.4% jump in pork prices, a staple of the Chinese diet.

    Toddler Lavontay White killed in Chicago gang shooting broadcast on Facebook Live

    Jones spotted three people outside his home, determined they didn't belong there and went inside and got a handgun, police said. Johnson said officials would find the shooter because his department had "promising leads".

    Putin hails Slovenia's offer to host his meeting with Trump

    But despite not knowing what the START treaty was about, there was one thing that Trump knew down in his tiny orange bones. The group said "Russia's cooperation is desirable" on issues like nuclear arms control and attacking terrorism.