Sunday, February 19, 2017

Romo Willing To Renegotiate Contract In Trade Deal

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has no interest in playing for a rebuilding team in 2017, and he is reportedly willing to rework his contract if it helps assure that does not happen.

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According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Romo is open to “massaging” his current contract in order to to provide salary cap relief for a contending team that might be willing to trade for him. Romo’s base salary for 2017 is a reasonable $14 million, but his salary cap hits for the next three seasons average around $25 million. Finding a way to get that number down might help facilitate a deal.


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