The soon-to-be-former Dallas Cowboys quarterback will reportedly hit the open market tomorrow.
Tony Romo is going to be a free agent on Thursday.
It's been reported that the Dallas Cowboys plan on releasing the franchise's all-time leading passer tomorrow, parting ways with the 36-year-old quarterback.
Romo has dealt with some injuries over the last two seasons, but he's healthy now, looked great in minimal action at the end of 2016 and could help a contending team vault to Super Bowl contention status. He's likely going to receive interest from multiple teams throughout the league.
Who's he going to play for next year?
There will likely be multiple options, but only two teams - both AFC squads - really make sense.
Here are the only two teams we can see Tony Romo playing for during the 2017 NFL season. They make a lot more sense than everyone else.