The Dallas Cowboys gave quarterback Tony Romo a one year contract extension last season. Now, they’re in the process of trying to keep their butterfingered young Pro Bowler around longer.
Good. Romo may not be the second coming of Roger Staubach but he looks like a legitimate long-term starter. It’s time to lock up his services.
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