If the Houston Texans are serious about acquiring Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, the window has open for that opportunity. According to NFL.com's Mike Garafolo, Cowboy's owner and general manager Jerry Jones
If a team is interested in Romo, they will have to execute a trade under these parameters set by the Cowboys in order to have him on their roster for the 2017 season.
The Texans have been coy regarding the Romo situation saying he is under contract with the Cowboys preventing them from commenting on the veteran quarterback. The Texans do have
During our podcast (Listen Here) reports surfaced that the Cowboys asking price was known to be a day two pick but that still seems too high for the Texans liking. The Texans want Romo on their terms and will continue to hold out until the asking price drops.
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