Plenty of people have plenty of opinions about the ongoing unemployment of quarterback Colin Kaepernick. One specific person's opinion (more accurately, a question) caught my attention.
With the annual meetings beginning this weekend and the Cowboys presumably hoping someone/anyone will make them a trade offer for quarterback Tony Romo, the Broncos are doing what they can to make sure the Cowboys know that there won't be a spontaneous offer for Romo in Arizona.
FOX isn't the only network that hopes to hire Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. CBS reportedly wants to sign him up, too.
If Tony Romo is going to play in 2017, he won't be leaving the state of Texas. According to ESPN's Jeff Darlington, Romo believes he'll play with the Houston Texans or retire.
According to the Denver Post's Nick Jhabvala, the Denver Broncos will hold a pre-draft visit with Alabama offensive tackle Cam Robinson.
Rumors hint that the NFL owners' meeting this weekend could spark movement in the Tony Romo saga.
The Afternoon Drive looked into some of the potential rule changes in the NFL for the 2017 season and talks Tony Romo situation.
After suffering an injury at his Pro Day, one of the top rated corners in the draft will likely be available in the second round.
Let them dance!
Fans caught a glimpse of what was to come over the last 33 years in Mr. B's first season as owner.