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”
The Dallas Cowboys have to make a decision this offseason on who they’d prefer to keep as a backup quarterback. Continue reading “Cowboys backup QB Kellen Moore hopes to return in 2017”
Last month I wrote about the in-house free agency decisions facing the Dallas Cowboys this offseason. I anticipated that nine of Dallas’ unrestricted free agents would leave for another team. But if you add the likely departure of Tony Romo to the list then we’ll be at an even 10. Continue reading “Bye, Bye, Bye: Projecting which Cowboys are walking out of the door to a new team”
The Dallas Cowboys are once again in the market for a backup quarterback. Will the front office look outside the organization for its solution?
Continue reading “What to do about QB2, deciphering Terrance Williams, and ESPN projects Romo’s 2017 destination”
It’s not every day that high praise can make you feel totally depressed, but ESPN managed to do just that for Cowboys fans!
Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders appeared to kick off the informal wooing of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo on Sunday Continue reading “CowboysCast: Where does Tony Romo end up?”
August 27, 2016: A date that will live in infamy for a nation of Dallas Cowboys fans forever. Continue reading “Could Tony Romo retire after the 2016 season?”