Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says that the team isn’t looking to extend quarterback Tony Romo’s deal. ESPN’s Ed Werder reports otherwise.
A source with knowledge of the situation tells PFT that, regardless of what the Cowboys want to do, a new Romo contract is unlikely, for the time being.
“It’s hard to do a deal at this point,” the source said.
Jones has a habit of trying to buy low. With Romo’s deal lasting through the 2013 season, Jones may want to get Romo locked up before Romo finally fulfills his potential and drives his price tag higher and higher.