NFL Free Agency: Jay Culter Dropped; Tony Romo, Alshon Jeffrey, DeSean Jackson, Brock Osweiler Moving

It’s the beginning of NFL free agency and we already have some big names on the move.

NFL: Cowboys Announce Tony Romo Will Play This Sunday

photo credit: youtube Dallas Cowboys fans, are you guys ready for some unnecessary drama? Today the team announced that for the first time this season, Tony Romo will take the field this Sunday against the Eagles in the regular season finale. Dak Prescott is still expected to start but both Romo and Mark Sanchez will get some snaps as well.

NFL: Despite Dak Prescott’s 4-1 Start, Jerry Jones Says Tony Romo Still No. 1 Quarterback

Dak Prescott has been performing unbelievably well; the Cowboys are 4-1, he has gone 155 passes without an interception and needs just eight more to break Tom Brady’s NFL record for the most consecutive passes without an interception to start a career.  Despite all that, Jerry Jones still says Tony Romo is his guy.

NFL: Cowboys Keep Injured Tony Romo on Active Roster; Jerry Jones Says No One Else Good Enough

Despite being injured again, and facing 6-10 weeks out, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is keeping quarterback Tony Romo on the team’s active roster rather than move him to injured reserve (IR).

(Video) NFL: Terrell Owens Praises Dak Prescott, Says Tony Romo Might Be Done

Terrell Owens had a lot to say about Dallas Cowboys new quarterback Dak Prescott.  Tony Romo suffered an unfortunate injury, breaking a bone in his back that could leave him out for 6-10 weeks.  Owens had some advice for Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant, get friendly with Prescott.

NFL: Cowboys Announce Tony Romo Broke A Bone In His Back, Will Reportedly Miss 6-10 Weeks

Tony Romo might have the worst luck of any talented starting quarterback in the NFL. The Cowboys just announced that he broke a bone in his back during their preseason game against the Seahawks, an injury that is expected to sideline him for 6-10 weeks.

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