NFL News: Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo heading to Denver Broncos

By Wilfredo Pantua Jr. Oct 18, 2016 12:11 PM EDT
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GREEN BAY, WI - OCTOBER 16: Tony Romo #9 of the Dallas Cowboys throws during warm ups before the game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on October 16, 2016 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

The Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos are two celebrated teams in the NFL. The Cowboys have won five Super Bowl championships, 10 conference championships, 22 division titles in 31 playoff appearances. Currently, they are in the second spot in NFC Division holding a 5-1 record.

On the other hand, the Broncos have won three Super Bowl championships, eight conference championships, 15 division titles in 22 playoff appearances. Currently, they are tied at the second spot with the Oakland Raiders, Pittsburgh Steelers, Houston Texans, and Buffalo Bills in AFC Division holding a 4-2 record.

From the looks of it, there's nothing to be worried on their current standings and both are deemed to make it to the playoffs this season. But rumors are spreading that Cowboys QB Tony Romo is set to join the Denver Broncos this season.

According to Sportsrageous, the Cowboys and Broncos are in talks regarding the transfer of Romo to the defending Super Bowl champs. Many believe that the Cowboys should trade Romo now to the Broncos and stick with rookie QB Dak Prescott the rest of the season.

The report also says that one columnist is suggesting to bring in Romo to the Broncos in lieu to now starting QB Trevor Siemian. If the Broncos want to defend their title they must make a move to acquire Romo and place Siemian as backup QB to him as per stated in the report.

Last August, Romo suffered an injury during a preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks and could miss between 6 to 10 weeks of playing time. Prescott replaced him in the starting lineup at the start of the season and it seems that he's handling the team well. Up until now, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett haven't started Romo and still going for Prescott as their starting QB.

On the separate report of ChattSportsNet.com, if the Cowboys will trust their future to Prescott they should decide to release Romo to the Broncos. After legendary quarterback Peyton Manning retired last March as Broncos QB, they need Romo to fill in that void and help them defend the title.

Although the acquisition of Romo will cost a big paycheck to the Broncos, a guarantee of keeping the title to them is all worth it.

Will the Dallas Cowboys release Tony Romo to the Denver Broncos?

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