While many on the outside are clamoring for the Cowboys to draft another quarterback, the most important involved with the Dallas Cowboys believe the best is yet to come from Tony Romo.
After watching Romo throw the ball around for 45 minutes on Tuesday, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett told the Dallas Morning News that “Romo is in the prime of his career.”
“To me, he’s a very young player,” Garrett said, via Rainer Sabin of the Dallas Morning News. “He moves around really well. He hasn’t lost any mobility, ability to get away from people. I think his arm is better than ever, so we don’t look at him despite his back situation that he’s had over the last couple of years as somebody who is an old player by any means. He simply needs to rehab his back and get himself healthy and get going again.”
The Cowboys simply have to many holes on their roster to go chasing a quarterback in the first round. Now if a certain kid from Tyler, Texas were to fall into their laps, that might be a different story.