Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo may be fine with letting the hot hand rookie Dak Prescott keep his starting job for the foreseeable future – at least that’s the feeling from Executive Vice President Stephen Jones.
Jones told 103.5 The Fan just that:
“Well, first of all Tony’s a competitor and obviously all competitors want to be the very best they can be, they want to play, they want to start,” Jones said Friday. “Any athlete who’s played a sport they want to contribute and certainly he does.”
“At the same time Tony’s the consummate team player and I think if it meant as part of the process with Tony going into games as a backup then, I don’t want to speak for him, but my guess would be that he would.”