This has, obviously, led to a lot of speculation throughout the week about Romo’s future.
There are still questions about whether the Cowboys could either trade Romo or be forced to release him outright, most likely after June 1.
Either way, the team’s to watch, according tp a number of reporters includes the Jets, Broncos, Cardinals, Bears and possibly the Texans.
Both the Jets and Bears figure to be in the market for quarterback help next year. Chicago is widely expected to move on from Jay Cutler and it wouldn’t be surprising to see the Jets strongly consider adding a veteran like Romo, even after using second-round picks on quarterbacks the past two years.
The Cardinals would obviously need to move on from Carson Palmer for this to be a consideration for them but $15.5 million of his 2017 base salary is fully guaranteed on the fifth day of the waiver period, so they could move on before then.
The Broncos used a first-round pick on Paxton Lynch but he hasn’t been able to supplant Trevor Siemian, who has struggled in recent weeks. Beyond that, they had a lot of success signing Peyton Manning towards the end of his career.
As for the Texans, Brock Osweiler hasn’t lived up to expectations and a number of NFL media members have said that Houston could be the best fit, considering that they have a lot of talent on both sides of the ball.
All things considered, what team would be the best landing spot for Romo if the Cowboys move on?