Report: Would be an upset if Cowboys are able to trade Tony Romo

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It’s not a surprise at all that there isn’t a trade market for Tony Romo.

With news coming out this past Thursday that the Dallas Cowboys will not be trading quarterback Tony Romo, it’s led many people to believe that they must have a trade market for him if they’re not willing to release him.

The problem is both the Denver Broncos and the Houston Texans have made it clear that they don’t want to trade for Romo.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Saturday that it would be a surprise if the Cowboys are able to trade Romo.

Even though the Cowboys aren’t able to unload Romo and his salary right now, they don’t have to be in a rush to get rid of him. He’s still under contract for another two years.

The best thing for Dallas to do right now would be to keep Romo through the preseason because it’s almost a guarantee that at least one team will lose a starting quarterback to an injury.  This could lead to the Cowboys finally trading Romo.

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As good as Romo has been during his career, teams are not inclined to trade for a player that hasn’t played an entire season in two years.

For some reason Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones doesn’t understand that Romo doesn’t have enough value for a team to part with a draft pick(s) in exchange for him.