The Cowboys may have “flipped the switch” on Tony Romo’s contract, but that doesn’t mean anything will change.
The Cowboys began the execution of their year-long plan to get under the NFL salary cap of $134 million by “flipping the switch’’ on clauses in the contracts of Tony Romo, Sean Lee and Orlando Scandrick.
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By all accounts, Romo is progressing in core-stabilization and core-strengthening exercises following the surgery, which ended his 2013 season after a dramatic game 15 win at Washington.
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That doesn’t mean that either team shouldn’t have signed them, but this year’s playoffs illustrate quite well a theory that’s been banging around in my brain for a while.
Tony Romo lurched slowly around Valley Ranch on the Monday, attending the year’s final team meeting as a gesture meant to provide fellow players an emotional lift after failing to secure a playoff berth.
The Dallas Cowboys lost their final game of the season, and missed the playoffs as a result, for the third straight year. However, for all the problems and difficulties, there is still room for optimism when it comes to the Cowboys’ future.
Some Dallas Cowboys fans say they were annoyed when they heard the news Friday morning that quarterback Tony Romo had back surgery and won’t play during Sunday night’s winner-take-all game.
Despite their dearth of recent success, all eyes will be on the Cowboys. For the karma and the drama, for better or worse, they are America’s team. Mostly for worse. Just watch on Sunday.
The Dallas Cowboys announced that quarterback Tony Romo underwent back surgery on Friday and will be placed on season-ending injured reserve.