National Football League trade rumors: Broncos not pursuing deal for Tony Romo, report says

Mar 29, 2017, 01:10
National Football League trade rumors: Broncos not pursuing deal for Tony Romo, report says

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - No one in the Texans organization can comment on quarterback Tony Romo because he is still under contract with the Dallas Cowboys.

According to ESPN, the Broncos are no longer actively pursuing a trade for Romo, though they haven't closed the door completely.

They also have had multiple opportunities to shoot down their interest in signing a starting veteran such as Romo, and they have yet to do so.

The Broncos' head of football operations then reiterated his faith in the two young quarterbacks now on his roster, Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian.

The quarterback has struggled with injuries over the past two seasons but was excellent in 15 games in 2014.

"We've been here all week and his name never came up, " Elway said. There has been one constant for the Denver Broncos however: if general manager John Elway talks to the media, he will undoubtedly be asked about Tony Romo.

The Broncos continued their company line of saying they're happy with their young quarterbacks and have "no intent" in going after Romo even if he is released.

Adrian Peterson has not received the interest on the open market many expected, as no team has been interested in meeting his reported asking price.

One of the biggest surmised destinations for Tony Romo was Denver.

Here are the latest odds of where Tony Romo may land on opening day of the 2017 National Football League season. "We've got two quarterbacks in our building that are going to be a 1 and 2".

Conspiracy theorists would believe Elway is saving that money in case a certain QB can be acquired in a trade or free agency.

Tony Romo and Jason Garrett's relationship status is just as complicated as the quarterback's future in the NFL. I do not think the Jones's and the Cowboys coaching staff will want the distraction of Romo being there/or not being there and becoming a distraction.

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