DALLAS, TX - Tony Romo will soon no longer be a Dallas Cowboy as of Thursday according to ESPN.com and other national media outlets.
Romo has been the Cowboy’s all-time leading quarterback in passing yards and touchdowns.
The move allows Romo the chance to sign with another team.
ESPN said, “It is unclear whether the Cowboys will make Romo a June 1 designation, which would save the Cowboys $14 million against the cap this year, but Romo would still count $10.7 million on the 2017 cap and $8.9 million on the 2018 cap.”
Romo had already said publicly that he thought the Cowboys would release him.
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