The NFL trade season is about to officially start tomorrow and there are plenty of names who are trying to find a new home. One of them is the former franchise player of the Dallas Cowboys, Tony Romo.
Tony Romo Is The Biggest Piece This Off Season
There are a lot of teams in the NFL that are trying to make a blockbuster trade while others are looking for role players. Tony Romo is one of the best quarterbacks in recent years. However, with the emergence of the rookie sensation Dak Prescott, Tony Romo’s spot and career are in jeopardy. Jerry Jones assured Tony Romo that once Romo’s recovery is finished, Romo would still retain the spot. But knowing Jerry Jones, he might want to try reconsidering the decision. If Romo will be waived or released, Romo might be landing in Denver.
Another quarterback made a splash with its new team. According to Chicago Tribune, Brian Hoyer agreed to sign with the depleted San Francisco 49ers. Now, this is very much intriguing like Tony Romo’s case as the 49ers is actively shopping Colin Kaepernick. The only problem is, Kaepernick is drawing little interest from the other teams. Gone are the days when Kaepernick used to be a household name in NFL.
Cowboy Safety Founds A New Home
Lastly, another player from Dallas Cowboys will be having a new home. Barry Church who plays safety agreed to a four-year deal with Jacksonville Jaguars. Although Barry played for only a limited time in 6 seasons, he exceeded the expectation of the NFL community. Barry Church’s numbers speak for itself. The pride of the University Of Toledo already commented on his departure and more than ready to start a brand new career with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Jaguar’s main issue is they lack a veteran presence. Sure they have some seasoned player already on the team but they need few more addition to become a contender in NFL.