Where Will Tony Romo Land2 minute read

The Tony Romo Saga continues in Dallas

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The Dallas Cowboys, look like they finally have a franchise Quarter-Back in Dak Prescott, but they now have another QB situation in Tony Romo who is now considered as an expensive backup. Tony Romo has been plagued by injury since 2008 ranging from broken ribs and a broken collar bone to most recent injury, a broken vertebrate in his back. His stats are not good as well he has missed 27 of his last 32 games due to injury, this is where he gets his nickname the glass Quarter Back. To some recent reports the Dallas Cowboys are set to release the 37 year old ailing Quarter-Back this week.

list of his injuries

2008 — Broken right pinkie finger.

2010 — Broken left collarbone.

2013 — Ruptured disk.

2015 — Broken left collarbone.

2016 — Compression fracture, L1 vertebra. Missed whole season.




Romo’s potential landing spots:

1. Houston Texans. who seem to be moving on from the bust of the year in Brock Osweiler, after the Texans Dropped 19 million on the quarter back.

2. Denver Broncos: May be the best landing spot for the ailing quarter back since they did ride the wave of Peyton Manning all the way to Super Bowl 50. But Romo is no Peyton Manning.

3. Buffalo Bills: The Bills also look like they can be a great spot for Tony Romo, since they have been through a list of QB’s in the past couple of years.

Chicago Bears: with Jay Cutler out as QB in CHI-Town, Tony Romo seems like a good fit to be the next QB in the Windy City. Romo has collegiate ties to Illinois since he played college ball in Eastern Illinios and it would be somewhat of a homecoming for Romo. 

So with all that said we will see where Tony Romo will Land in the next couple of Months. 

So keep it here for all the breaking offseason news and moves in the Sports world.

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