This will be the story of the NFL’s offseason

What happens to Tony Romo? This will be the story of the NFL’s offseason. Jerry Jones can say it is possible to keep Romo and his $24.7 million cap figure in 2017 all he wants, but it’s just not practical. Prescott won the job after Romo’s injury and kept the job after Romo returned. Romo turns 37 in April and has played two full games since 2014. The relationship between Jones and Romo should mean that a split will be amicable. Jones will not trade the quarterback to a team that he doesn’t want to play for.

That limits the field and could lead to a release instead of a trade. Romo can refuse a trade simply by saying he will retire. He said in November the competitive fire still burns, but the Cowboys are the only team he has ever known. We know he can still play, but does he want to play? There is no timetable on a potential move, but by early spring this should be worked out either way.
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Is it time to replace Alex Smith? The Chiefs have given no indication they¡¯re ready to move on from their starting quarterback of four seasons. But Smith, who turns 33 in May, might have taken the Chiefs as far as he can. He had a career low for a full season with 15 touchdown passes in 2016 as his passing in the red zone was particularly subpar.

Authentic Womens Kyle Van Noy Jersey End-zone interceptions against the Buccaneers and Titans were the key plays in games that wound up as two-point losses. The Chiefs signed veteran Nick Foles last summer. He was drafted by Andy Reid when he coached the Eagles. Foles, who threw 27 touchdown passes with two interceptions for the Eagles in 2013, might be able to take the Chiefs to a place that Smith couldn¡¯t. He might better help the Chiefs maximize what they get from their receivers, including Jeremy Maclin, who had a down season.

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