Nicki Jhabvala of the Denver Post reports head coach Vance Joseph saying there has not been "one meeting", about the possibility of adding Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. They probably don't want to give up assets to acquire a player who would land in the free agency market sooner or later.
Dallas Cowboys veteran right tackle Doug Free is planning to retire from the National Football League after 10 seasons and has already informed the team of his decision, according to multiple reports. Lunch, the former color commentator left Fox Sports in January to become the general manager of the San Francisco 49ers.
Romo has already said goodbye to Cowboys fans, but he may have to wait awhile before he can find a new team.
Romo has met twice with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones this offseason, including earlier this week when the quarterback's release looked imminent.
When it comes to the future of the quarterback position, the Denver Broncos say they are fine.
Romo, who turns 37 in April, holds numerous team's passing records with 34,183 yards and 248 touchdowns. By cutting Romo from the roster, the team would save $14 million in cap space for the 2017 season. But as of now, there is a line in the sand in both franchises: The Broncos and Texans will not trade anything for him.
The 37-year old quarterback was supplanted as the Cowboys starting quarterback following a back injury in the preseason. One thing is clear, though, Romo has options and can expect a sizeable contract whether on the field or in the booth.