Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told reporters that he has had “one extended” visit with quarterback Tony Romo, who is scheduled to be a free agent very soon.
“I do not know how, what we will end up with whether it will be a trade, whether it will be a release, whether it will be neither. I do not know at this time,” Jones said Saturday. “All scenarios have been well-considered and thought out. Now we’ve just got to see where the reality us.”
“We’re in a situation right now where we need to see some things happen,” he added. “We need to read some tea leaves. We don’t need to be overtly doing something. We don’t need to do that for cap room; we don’t need to do that for any reason. We just need to see some direction, and the way we’ll get it is by coming together and mutually working that direction out. So I mean I’m not trying to be vague; all I’m trying to do is say that we don’t have anything to move on at this point.”