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It has long been expected that Tony Romo will not be with the Dallas Cowboys by the time this offseason is over. The Cowboys caught lightning in a bottle when they drafted Dak Prescott in the fourth round of last year’s draft, and Prescott’s play while Romo was out with yet another back injury made it clear that he’s the Cowboys’ quarterback of the future. Romo still wants to play, though, so the leaguewide consensus has been that the Cowboys will either trade or release him this offseason.

According to a report from ESPN’s Ed Werder, Romo expects to be released, not traded.

 

Read more at CBS Sports

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