Denver Broncos have no "intent" to pursue Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo
Lake Charles, Louisiana
March 27, 2017 6:06pm CST
Denver Broncos general manager John Elway has no "intent" to pursue Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo even if he released by the team. Elway will be content to have Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch battle it out during training camp to see who will be the starting quarterback of the Broncos in 2017. My belief is that Elway is fearful that if Romo joins the Broncos, he could suffer an injury if he gets tackled by a defensive player that will sideline him for a long period of time and Elway does not want to deal with that scenario.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
29 Mar 17
It could happen since Jimmy Johnson and Jerry Jones are working together again and the New Orleans Saints were fooled by the Cowboys when the Saints gave up draft picks to get quarterback Steve Walsh who bombed as a quarterback with the Saints in the early 1990s.