Shannon Sharpe: What is Jerry Jones waiting for with Tony Romo?

Doug Mendoza
March 21, 2017

Quarterback Kellen Moore agreed to re-sign with the Dallas Cowboys, the team announced Monday. That's not surprising, as the growing assumption is that the Cowboys will eventually release Romo, making him much more affordable as a free agent. He went 50-3 as the starter in four years with the Broncos and is still the winningest player in college football history.

Moore played in three games, including two starts, for the Cowboys in 2015. That included a 435-yard performance against Washington in Week 17, the eighth most passing yards in a single-game in Cowboys history. That they're trying to sell this to Cowboy Nation, slowly but surely, that Tony Romo is going to get a 50/50 shot to compete with Dak Prescott?

Back in February, Moore told KTVB that he is 100-percent recovered from his broken leg, adding he resumed normal throwing activities in January.

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With a dearth of available marquee players in their primes, this might have been the least sexy and impactful first wave of free agency in years, with nearly all of the big deals completed within hours of opening last week.

Irvin, an NFL Network analyst, also said he believes the Cowboys would have a better chance than the Texans of winning the Super Bowl even if Romo was Houston's starting quarterback. There is a relationship.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed by the Cowboys.

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