The longtime Cowboys starter looks like he’s headed out the door in Dallas. For the first time in Tony Romo’s 14-year NFL career, he’s entering an offseason where it’s unlikely he’ll begin the next season as a member of the Dallas Cowboys. After signing with a team as an undrafted free agent after the 2003 NFL draft, Romo faced the possibility that he wouldn’t make the roster in his first couple seasons, but by 2005 he secured the backup job in Dallas.
As the New England Patriots gloat about another title, and being the greatest dynasty in the history of the NFL, the rest of the teams in the league can only sit back and wonder what they can do to get there. That doing starts in a few weeks with the open of free agency, followed by the draft in late April. The work is being done now as teams clear out dead weight on rosters and figure out what players they will try and land in free agency. You don’t win titles in March and April, but you sure as hell can make it a lot easier to do so. As a free-agency primer, here’s a look at the where the 16 AFC teams stand heading into the all-important offseason. The Ravens were a late-season loss at Pittsburgh
Ralph Vacchiano, NFL Insider | Facebook | Twitter | Archive Darrelle Revis "absolutely" did not knock out two men on a street in Pittsburgh in the early morning hours of Feb. 12 and the voice heard bragging about it on a video of the aftermath of the incident was "NOT" Revis' voice, his attorneys said. Their denial and defense of the Jets cornerback came on Sunday night, hours after a video was published on TMZ.com that allegedly showed the aftermath of the incident that ended with Revis facing a variety of charges from Pittsburgh police. The video shows two men on the ground, seemingly unconscious, and a voice can be heard saying "I knocked both of these m---f-ers out." Then what sounds like