The Denver Broncos are setting the record straight – they’re not pursuing Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, according to ESPN’s Jeff Darlington.
I had some talks about Romo today. Broncos haven’t closed door but not pursuing. I’m told Romo believes it’s Texans or retirement for 2017.
— Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) March 24, 2017
Of course, there is still a possibility that Romo ends up in Denver, and we should get a clearer picture after the NFL Draft. If you were to ask me, retirement and a possible media gig would be the right move for Romo…
PFT’s Mike Florio agrees: ‘Given the possibility that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones doesn’t want Romo to play for the Texans, the best outcome for everyone could be a decision by Romo to walk away from the game and to become a broadcaster with FOX or CBS — perhaps with the door open on a Roger Clemens-style return during the season, if a contender loses its quarterback to injury.’