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Jerry Jones addresses the elephant in the room: 'We should be building for the future as well as have a quarterback behind our starter'

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones finally admitted that his team didn't plan properly for their starting quarterback going down for a long period of time. After starter Tony Romo went down early this season with a collarbone injury, the team didn't have a suitable backup to turn to and is paying dearly for it. "Consequently, I think we have made a D, if you want to give it that, make...
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Jerry Jones expects Tony Romo to start another five years

Although injuries to star quarterback Tony Romo have ruined the Dallas Cowboys season, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones still expects Romo to be the starter in Dallas for quite some time.When asked Monday morning on 105.3 The Fan's K&C Masterpiece show [KRLD-FM] how much longer he expects Romo to be the Cowboys starter, Jones didn't hesitate in saying "four to five (more) years.""I...
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Jerry Jones: Manziel could have been Romo’s successor

Jerry Jones again has expressed some semblance of regret over not taking Johnny Manziel when the Dallas Cowboys had the chance to draft the quarterback with the 16th-overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. With Romo out for the season and the fact that he’ll be 36 at the start of the 2015 season, Jones discussed the team’s future at quarterback during an appearance Tuesday on...
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Jason Garrett: Tony Romo has a lot of football left in him

Tony Romo’s long-term future with the Dallas Cowboys has been called into question after he suffered his second broken clavicle of the season and the third one of his career, especially given the fact the veteran quarterback will be 36 years old the next time he takes the field with the team in a meaningful game. But to hear it from Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett, the organization...
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Jerry Jones, Stephen Jones defend bringing Romo back

    Some questioned why the Cowboys brought Tony Romo back this season, and those questions only intensified it when the Cowboys quarterback was reinjured on Thursday. Jerry Jones and his son Stephen defended the team’s handling of Romo. “We felt that the risk was worth the potential of having him be the impact that he can be and is on our team and really having a fairy...
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Jerry Jones confirms Tony Romo is out for the year

    Tony Romo suffered yet another fracture in his clavicle during Thursday’s loss to the Carolina Panthers, and the injury will keep him out for the remainder of the 2015 season. In an interview with 105.3 The Fan on Friday, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones confirmed that Romo is out for the year. Jerry Jones on @1053thefan: Tony Romo has a hairline fracture and is...
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Insensitive CBS Shows Tony Romo’s Wife Crying After Cowboys QB Injured

When Tony Romo hit the turf Thursday with what appeared to be another broken collarbone, the AT&T Stadium crowd fell silent. Then, for some unbelievable reason, CBS decided to pan a camera toward Candice Romo, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback’s wife. Her reaction was pained, to say the least. Heartbreaking.. — Safwan Tukdi (@safwant88) November...
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Tony Romo exits game with shoulder injury

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo left Thursday’s game against the Carolina Panthers after taking a bit hit from a Panthers linebacker at the end of the third quarter. Romo had been beaten up throughout most of the game, and a hit from Thomas Davis knocked him out of the NFC matchup. The Cowboys quarterback dropped back to pass, and it wasn’t long before Davis came bursting...
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Tony Romo Injury: Cowboys QB Reinjures His Left Shoulder Vs. Panthers

ARLINGTON, Texas — Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was knocked out of Thursday night’s game against the Carolina Panthers with an injury to the same shoulder that sidelined him for seven games this season. Romo, who threw three interceptions and had two of them returned for touchdowns, didn’t get up after he was sacked by Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis on the final play...
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Tony Romo Throws Three Picks In Disastrous First Half Vs. Panthers (Videos)

This is turning into a Thanksgiving to forget for Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys quarterback threw three interceptions, including two pick-sixs, in a disastrous first half against the Carolina Panthers. His first pick-six was to safety Kurt Coleman and it came on the Cowboys’ first drive of the game. When the QB keeps his eyes on the TE. But the safety keeps his...
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