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“We’re open to anything,” Elway told Archer.
“In our organization, I think every single day we’re looking to do something to improve,” O’Brien told Archer.
Share this:TweetWith the new NFL year set to get underway on March 9, all eyes will be on Tony Romo.
ESPN’s Todd Archer reports that there are two teams, in particular, that would make a lot of sense for Romo.
We’ll see what happens.”The Texans were a playoff team last season, and even won their Wild Card game against the Oakland Raiders.
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Tony Romo could still get traded from Cowboys to Broncos or Texans
Either the Broncos or the Texans, with dominant defenses and some talent on offense, would be a good fit for Romo.
The Cowboys are discussing a trade with the Denver Broncos and Houston Texans rather than making him a highly paid backup to Dak Prescott, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.
NFL Network’s James Palmer said it is his understanding that the Broncos aren’t interested in trading for the veteran signal caller.
Tony Romo’s long tenure with the Cowboys will likely end Thursday.
Romo spent 13 seasons with Dallas, earning four Pro Bowl invitations and an All-Pro nod in the process.
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