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Tony Romo is expected to be either released from or traded by the Dallas Cowboys. Many sports fanatics saw this coming, but they are also wondering what's next for the quarterback. Some critics say it's over for Romo. He broke a bone in his back, which ended his days as a starting quarterback. Dak Prescott became the superstar quarterback the Cowboys needed in 2016. Romo is also a free agent now and somewhat of a sought-after veteran who wants to win a Super Bowl ring. Is Romo washed up? 🏈

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Romo pretty much watched from the sidelines in 2016. Prescott and the team's defense were on fire. The Cowboys no longer need Romo, but he's says he's not done playing in the NFL! What do you think?

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If Romo decides that it is time for him to retire, he could go into sports broadcasting. He's allegedly exploring other options anyways. 

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Romo has had it rough. It sucks that things ended without him on top, but his legacy as a Cowboy will live on. Let's not make it worst by joining another team, risk getting injured again and then fading slowly into irrelevance. He's 36-years-old. His career is cooked. 

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Some experts seem to agree. Romo may not even make it out of preseason. 

According to Bleacher Report, an insider said:

"He's brittle and can fall apart at any time," said one team official, who is on one of the franchises that might be in the hunt for Romo.

An NFC general manager allegedly said:

He could lead teams to a Super Bow; or he could break his leg in the opener. That's what teams have to wrestle with when deciding if they want to sign him.

The risk with Romo is too high.

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Romo really wants to make a comeback—especially because he doesn't have a Super Bowl ring. A veteran like Romo could make that happen, and that's why teams are interested.

USA Today's Jarrett Bell wrote:

 Sign him, keep your fingers crossed that he stays healthy, and he might even win the big one (finally) before Prescott does. 
The Broncos and Houston Texans appear to be the best bets to land Romo. The New York Jets, Cleveland Browns, Chicago Bears and even the Jacksonville Jaguars could certainly use him, but I’d doubt he’d have the stomach (or time) for rebuilding jobs ... assuming he has more favorable options.
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According to Pro Football Talk, sports expert Vic Lombardi said:

Ultimately he’ll become a Denver Bronco. They’ll hit him with an incentive-laden contract. They’ll give him enough now to make it worth his while. And if he stay’s healthy and he’s playing games, he’ll make it up.
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Critics say it's time for Romo to let it go. 

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Others argue that Romo still has some fight in him.

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FINAL RESULTS
Sports
Can Tony Romo make a comeback?
#RomoIsDone
#RomoIsBack