Cowboys | Tony Romo's role not changing
Thu, 16 May 2013 10:03:57 -0700
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett has downplayed the fact that owner Jerry Jones said QB Tony Romo will have a significantly larger role in the offense this season. "It's really been similar to every quarterback situation that I've been involved in with every team that I've been involved in," Garrett. "In every place in this organization and in others, you're trying to get that kind of rapport between your starting quarterback and the coaching staff, and we've had it, and we'll continue to have that."
It's a bit unclear what exactly the team has planned for Romo this year, but at this point, we shouldn't expect much to change. Garrett said he wants Romo involved in the play calling, but it remains to be seen if Romo will be given more independence in that arena.
Source: NFL.com - Dan Hanzus