Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones says that Tony Romo will be active and the team's backup quarterback when they take on the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones says that Tony Romo will be the team's starting quarterback when he returns from his back injury.
Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones says he does not want backup quarterback Tony Romo to play in next week's season finale against the Philadelphia Eagles, despite the Cowboys having the top seed in the NFC and home-field advantage.
Dallas Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones said he would like to have a decision made about the future of quarterback Tony Romo before training camp.
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is willing to sit on the bench as rookie Dak Prescott’s backup, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones admitted to intentionally adding to the controversy with the team's quarterback situation between rookie Dak Prescott and veteran Tony Romo.
Despite Dak Prescott's 5-1 record as the Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback, questions linger as to whether America's Team will replace him with Tony Romo. Here's where the two QBs, coach Jason Garrett and owner Jerry Jones stand on the situation.
The Dallas Cowboys will reportedly start quarterback Dak Prescott against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 8 and Tony Romo may not be ready to return from his back injury against the Cleveland Browns, according to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport.