Tony Romo could soon be a Dallas Cowboys player if Jerry Jones is to be believed.
Ian an interview with the Dallas Morning News, the Dallas Cowboys team owner said that they have eyes on Tony Romo to be their quarterback. He also hinted that Romo will play for the team for the next four or five years. The organization will “make all decisions accordingly”.
“What is the one unequivocal fact that you can count on relative to the preparation of this draft and on draft day is that I’m planning on Romo being the quarterback for the next four or five years,” Jones said.
“That’s a fact. You won’t see a decision on draft day that will fly in the face of not believing from our standpoint that he’ll be our quarterback for four or five years.”
The three other quarterbacks who might be picked at No. 4 are Jared Goff, Carson Wentz or Paxton Lynch.
Tony turns 36 this April. However, going by Jones’ statement if he stays fit till another five years then Romo could end his career with the team.
Romo missed 12 games last season after fracturing his left collarbone on two separate occasions. He plans to undergo surgery to reduce chances of future collarbone injuries.