Published On: Fri, Sep 1st, 2017

NFL Rumors: Tony Romo Dallas Return Possible? Cowboys Need Veteran Backup QB

Tony Romo unlikely to return as Dallas Cowboys veteran backup QB

Days before the 2017 NFL season starts, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is currently busy on his new career as an analyst for CBS Sports, preparing for his season-opening game on Sept. 10. So far, Dak Prescott is expected to be the Cowboys’ starting QB while Cooper Rush and Kellen Moore will fight for the backup role. To strengthen their chance of capturing the title, an analyst suggests that Dallas should add a veteran as their primary backup QB. Will Romo consider an NFL comeback?

The Cowboys may have found the young version of Tony Romo in Cooper Rush. The 23-year-old quarterback made a good impression in the Cowboys’ game against the Oakland Raiders, completing 12 of 13 passes for 115 yards. Cowboys veteran tight end Jason Witten was one of the many people who noticed Rush’s ability and his similarities with Romo in terms of playmaking and big-time throws.

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NFL Rumors: Tony Romo Dallas Return Possible? Cowboys Need Veteran Backup QB