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Report: Tony Romo Has No Plans On Retiring

The Dallas Cowboys quarterback plans on playing next season.

Tony Romo's future is unclear right now and some have suggested that the Dallas Cowboys quarterback might rather retire than play for another franchise.

Those suggestions appear to be untrue.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Romo has no plans of retiring, though TV networks reportedly have heavy interest in the Pro Bowl quarterback.

From his report:

Romo turns 37 in April and is coming off a significant back injury, and according to sources, he has already received strong interest from television networks that want him to work as a color analyst.

But Romo still wants to play, and determining which team he'll play for will be the subject of much speculation in the weeks to come.

Romo reportedly has his eyes on four teams as possible destinations.

From CBS:

The Cowboys will listen to offers for Tony Romo, sources said, once owner Jerry Jones has his meeting with the Pro Bowl quarterback. Romo prefers to be moved to a contending team -- specifically, the Texans, Cardinals, Broncos and Chiefs. The Bills also have significant interest in Romo, team and league sources said, though they realize that it might be a tough sell. The Bills have not given up hope on retaining Tyrod Taylor on a lesser contract, too, though that may be wishful thinking on their part at this point.

Where do you want to see Romo playing next fall?