Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones would rather have quarterback Tony Romo than Stanford’s Andrew Luck or Baylor’s Robert Griffin III, according to the Star-Telegram.
"Tony is going to play a lot more than two more years," said the owner’s son and team vice president Stephen Jones. "We are going to take care of Tony. Tony is going to be a Cowboy."
According to the Star-Telegram, Stephen Jones conveyed his father’s same thoughts, who reportedly said over the weekend that he has no interest in starting over with a top draft prospect in quarterbacks Luck or Griffin.