One team appears to be in better position than others.
Tony Romo is still a Dallas Cowboy, a day after it was reported that he was going to be released, but he’s going to be moved – eventually.
Now, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, it looks like he’ll be moved via a trade, and not be released.
It’s been thought all along that the two teams most-likely to land Romo are the Denver Broncos and the Houston Texans. One of those teams now seems to be better positioned to make a trade – the Texans.
Houston is trading Brock Osweiler and his mammoth contract to the Cleveland Browns, freeing up some serious cap space – the type of space they need to trade for Romo and his contract.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 9, 2017
How incredible would an All-Texas, Houston-Cowboys, Dak-Romo Super Bowl be? The greatest sporting event in the history of the world, probably.