Five landing spots for Tony Romo and how the Sam Bradford deal factors in

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What a difference a year makes.

A year ago, quarterback Tony Romo was viewed as the Dallas Cowboys‘ most indispensable player. Dallas was in the middle of a season where chances to repeat as NFC East champions were derailed because of Romo’s broken collarbone that limited him to just four games. Owner Jerry Jones was receiving criticism for failing to address the backup quarterback position in any meaningful way since Kyle Orton’s departure.

The Cowboys went 1-11 without Romo.


A similar fate was expected this season when Romo fractured a vertebra in his back during the third preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks on Aug. 25. Romo was initially expected to miss six to 10 weeks because of the injury.


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