Given the Cowboys’ serious cap issues and needs on the defensive side of the ball, it’s hard to see Jones biting the bullet on spending a first-round pick on a quarterback. But what about a late-round pick? Jones is mum so far. The fact is that Romo is 33-years old and coming off two back surgeries in one year. If the surgery was for a herniated disc, as was widely reported, that has to be taken into consideration. That makes this a higher draft need than Jones’ statements in January, at least in our estimation.
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PODCAST: Matthew Postins and Bryan Houston discuss the Dallas Cowboys draft and Tony Romo’s game planning
The Dallas Cowboys draft re-digested, Jerry Jones is requesting more from Tony Romo, why the team is comfortable with the defensive line and more Our Dallas Cowboys insider Matthew Postins visits with Bryan Houston to discuss Jerry Jones’ call for Romo to spend more time at Valley Ranch, more input [...]