The Dallas Cowboys are reportedly closing in on a new contract with their quarterback, Tony Romo. Restructuring the deal would be beneficial for both sides. Romo has a $16.8 million cap hit next season, so the Cowboys must lower the number if they’re going to make any moves in the offseason. If Jerry Jones can open up some cap space, he could surround Romo with some notable free agents, which in turn could lead Dallas to its first Super Bowl in 17 years.
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