REPORT: Romo expecting release, not trade

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ESPN’s Ed Werder is reporting Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is expecting to be released, not traded this offseason.

Werder also says his source stated Romo believes he can play 2-3 more seasons, despite his old age in NFL years. Romo turns 37 in April.

KXAS reports releasing Romo would come at a high cost— $10 million against the 2017 salary cap.

The Dallas QB is owed $24 million next year.

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