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If the Cowboys trade Romo, they take the full $19.6 million salary cap hit this season, but won’t have any dead money next year. DALLAS (AP) — Tony Romo remained with the Cowboys as the first day of free agency wrapped up Thursday, although the quarterback essentially said goodbye to Dallas fans in a video posted on Twitter. He’s followed by Brandon Weeden, one of the backups who couldn’t get the job done in Dallas in 2015 when Romo missed 12 games with a twice-broken left collarbone and the Cowboys finished 4-12. He was 2-4 in the postseason, winless on the road and never got the Cowboys to the NFC championship game. The Cowboys have already started looking for another backup, hosting 15-year veteran Josh McCown on a free-agent visit Wednesday.
as declared in He had no intention of treating 3 p.m. on Thursday, the start of free agency, as a line in the sand. “That really is just kind of a … that’s when things start moving in free agency. That’s been evident in the first, frantic hours of free agency. Jones was his usual, vague self in the days leading up to the start of free agency. A few hours before the start of free agency, a report surfaced that Denver might have an interest in trading quarterback Trevor Siemian.
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