Dallas Cowboys Rumors: Team May Have Already Found Tony Romo's Replacement

By league rules, Elway can't talk about Romo or any other player under contract with another team, but with Romo expected to be released by the Cowboys at some point in the coming weeks, Elway still wouldn't slam the door Wednesday on the possibility of acquiring a veteran quarterback.

Romo was replaced by Dak Prescott as the Cowboys starter this year, and it seems plausible he'll be playing for another team in 2017.

The Cowboys would first have to release Tony Romo before March 11, and he signs with the Broncos shortly thereafter. He took to Instagram to thank everyone who supported him last season and to show off the football skills he showed his two sons.

Siemian threw for 3,401 yards, 18 touchdowns, 10 interceptions, with a completion percent of 59.5 in 14 games last season while working under new Bills offensive coordinator Rick Dennison.

"Pass rushers are awfully hard to find because it's a combination of obviously having great ability but also great feel as a pass rusher", Joseph said.

"I haven't spoke to Tony very much this off-season but I think that has a lot to do with we're coaching the Pro Bowl, a lot of different things we're doing as a coaching staff".

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"That one makes the most sense to me", a high-ranking official with one franchise said. "He's a tall man with a big arm", Joseph said. "That's a tough question". And then there's the small matter that the Broncos might not want to part with Siemian anyway, since he's proven reasonably capable while being affordable.

Joseph painted the picture of a Broncos team that will be aggressive in free agency as it attempts to fill holes on the offensive and defensive lines.

The Denver Broncos are "open to anything" in regards to adding a veteran quarterback, general manager John Elway said.

His kids are just four and two years old, and they're already taking after dad. Dallas was 8-1 by the time Romo returned to No. 2 duty against the Baltimore Ravens on November 20.

So that's where the Broncos are at regarding their quarterback situation. His left shoulder was surgically repaired in January, but the Broncos expect him to be ready by the start organized team activities and ready to resume the open competition that started last offseason.

They will play on Thursday, have Friday off and conduct a light practice prior to Jones' induction ceremony on August 5 in Canton, Ohio.

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