Tony Romo could end being Houston bound at some point.
ESPN NFL insider Ed Werder reported on Thursday that Tony Romo expects the Dallas Cowboys to release him.
Werder also reported that Romo has his sights set on the Houston Texans.
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Jerome Solomon of the Houston Chronicle doesn’t believe the Texans will sign Romo when he ends up getting released.
Signing Romo would not be a mistake for a Texans team that is ready to make a Super Bowl run as soon as they’re able to find a viable quarterback.
The thing about Romo is that he’s no longer playing for money. He’s playing to win a Super Bowl.
This leads me to believe the Texans could sign Romo to a contract that will pay him as long as he stays healthy and on the field. It’s a contract that would be a win-win for both the organization and the player.