Cowboys plan to release long-time quarterback, Romo era in Dallas is officially over

Once retirement didn’t seem likely, whether the Cowboys front office would choose to release or trade long-time franchise quarterback Tony Romo became one of the biggest stories of this offseason. Fortunately, those discussions have come to an end. Dallas is expected to ‘do right’ by Romo, release him Thursday, and give him the freedom to choose where he’d like to finish his career.

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Charlotte Jones Anderson compares Romo situation to Jimmy Johnson’s, ‘It’s hard’

The Tony Romo discussions will continue to heat up over the next several weeks, so why not hear it from a different perspective? Cowboys Executive Vice President and Chief Brand Officer Charlotte Jones Anderson joined KESN-FM 103.3 recently to relive the 90’s era and discuss how a part of it relates to their current situation. Continue reading “Charlotte Jones Anderson compares Romo situation to Jimmy Johnson’s, ‘It’s hard’”

Former NFL executive doesn’t see why a team would trade for Romo to be their starting quarterback

Andrew Brandt joined Jean-Jacques Taylor and Will Chambers on ESPN 103.3 in Dallas on Thursday to discuss what he’d offer for Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. Brandt was the Vice President of the Green Bay Packers from 1999-2008, and now serves as a columnist for the MMQB. Continue reading “Former NFL executive doesn’t see why a team would trade for Romo to be their starting quarterback”

Catching up with Dak: Cowboys QB chooses best throw of rookie season, life since August

Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott joined the Bully Pulpit podcast produced by Mississippi State Athletics on Wednesday to discuss how life has changed since August, his stellar rookie season, and handling the spotlight. Continue reading “Catching up with Dak: Cowboys QB chooses best throw of rookie season, life since August”

Playoff Staff Predictions: Dallas Cowboys host Green Bay Packers

It’s a whole new season when playoffs begin. Dallas was fortunate enough to have a bye week, where they’re now arguably the healthiest they’ve been all year. Meanwhile, Green Bay suffered a few injuries during wildcard weekend in their win over the Giants. Cowboys Blitz writers share their predictions for this matchup below, as well as their picks for the other three divisional round games. Continue reading “Playoff Staff Predictions: Dallas Cowboys host Green Bay Packers”