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Romo inks six-year deal
(4/1/13) The Cowboys signed quarterback Tony Romo to a six-year, $108 million extension, the team announced Friday. Romo, who is now the highest paid player in franchise history, will receive a $25 million signing bonus and receive $57 million over the first three years of his deal. “I want to thank the entire Jones family for believing and trusting in me to finish my career as a Dallas Cowboy,” Romo said in a statement. “There will be no greater reward, besides winning a Super Bowl, than playing my entire career as a Dallas Cowboy."
Jones says Romo deal coming soon
(3/19/13) ESPN reports that Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones said Tuesday at the NFL owners meeting in Phoenix that a new contract for quarterback Tony Romo would occur soon. "We are involved in dialogue," Jones said. "We are involved in negotiations. It's just not the thing to do for him or me to say we ought to have something done by midnight or tomorrow unless its that imminent." Romo, who enters the final year of his contract, is scheduled to earn a base salary of $11.5 million in 2013. The Cowboys are trying to lower his cap number, currently a team-high $16.8 million, to give them some salary cap relief to sign draft picks and potential free agents. "It's not a concern of mine," Jones said. "The point I do want to make when we make this kind of commitment is I feel good about making it. I feel good about where he is in his career."
Cowboys, Romo to work on extension
(2/21/13) Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones told KRLD-FM the team wants to extend Tony Romo's contract. Calling him a "great quarterback," Jones said they want to keep Romo for the next four to five years. "He deserves to be paid. He's in the last year of his contract. Our goal is to not let our quarterback run out of contract," Jones said. "At the same time, when you have a good one and you’re fortunate enough to have a good one then he’s going to take up the biggest part of your cap space, so you have to be partners with one another and you have to do things. No one wants to win more, no one wants to have success more than Tony. He knows in order to do that we have to manage our cap and he plays a big part in that because the percentage of the cap that he takes. He wants good players around him and we want to put great players around him. And that’s what we intend to do."
Emmitt backs Romo
(2/4/13) The Dallas Morning News reports that former Cowboys great Emmitt Smith still has faith in quarterback Tony Romo heading into 2013. "Tony Romo is playing behind an offensive line that is not that good. They’re not that good," Smith said. "This kid is running for his life. How can a quarterback get into a nice rhythm when he’s dropping back five steps or six steps and has to move around because somebody’s coming off the edge, and then has to circle back and somebody’s coming off the other edge, and then try to go up the middle and the middle’s already collapsed."
Jones defends Romo
(1/23/13) Dallas owner Jerry Jones remains adamant that Tony Romo is the Cowboys' quarterback no matter how much some fans and media might disagree. As the man with final say over personnel, Jones defended his quarterback. "Well, one of the things we have -- and I'm proud that we do -- is that Jason Garrett has been [Romo's] coach and one of the direct links to what we're doing on the field for six years," Jones began. "I'm glad we're not starting over [at quarterback]. That's a plus. But when we talk about having someone more closely involved with Romo -- a coordinator setting up the game plan and calling the plays on the field -- I wouldn't feel anywhere near as comfortable if someone other than Jason Garrett weren't sitting right there not just overseeing, but directing things. Tony is so much on the page with us as we make some of the -- I won't call it a tweak, we're kinda bending some limbs around a little bit -- but the facts are that he's very much on the page. He's naturally a glass-half-full guy. So he's fired up about what we can do. And I'll tell you this: I really would hate to be sitting here talking about getting better and starting fresh at quarterback and not having Romo. He's a big part of what we've got to go with. He gets criticized, [but] I always say, 'Well, good. Now tell me who you want me to have there at quarterback. Go pick that guy for me next game.'"
 
 
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