Tony Romo signed a 6 year, $108,000,000 contract with the Dallas Cowboys before the 2014 season, including a $25,000,000 signing bonus, $55,000,000 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $18,000,000.
Starting in 2017, Romo has three years remaining on his contract, with a cap hit of on average around $24,000,000 per season.
Making him the highest paid QB No.2 in the league and for that reason the Cowboys need to off load Romo to focus that money in other area in retaining their younger players.
A Tony Romo departure would bring a tear to Jerry Jones eyes, but he knows it is something that must happen.
We look at 10 Landing spots for Tony Romo for the 2017-2018 season.