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  • Romo fans have mixed feelings, He's retiring but he might replace Phil Simms at CBS.

    I can't remember a Romo PC, is he so well spoken that's it obvious to all he's the #1 color man?

    Personally I don't see the attraction of a 2 playoff winning QB, hey Slap is there a male hotness factor I don't see?

  • #2
    Phil Simms was not good, but Romo will not be an improvement.

    It cracks me up that Dallas says they were going to release him today. Oh wow Jerry, what a coincidence. Fucking arrogant piece of shit.

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    • #3
      Yeah, I don't understand shooting him straight up to the top spot. Strange.

      I was on the fence about him joining the Texas, I'm just glad that speculation is over. He was too big of a risk, injurywise.

      I'm firmly convinced Jerry didn't release him earlier because he thought he could get something out of it.

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      • #4
        The Dallas Cowboys have officially filed paperwork with the NFL for Tony Romo's release, making him a post-June 1 release designation, sources tell ESPN.

        The team's move softens the blow against the Cowboys' cap this season. Instead of counting $24.7 million against the cap in 2017, Romo would count $10.7 million this year and $8.9 million in 2018.

        The Cowboys would gain $14 million in cap space this season, but it would not become available until June 2.

        The Cowboys will carry $19.6 million in dead money for the 2017 season, $8.9 million in 2018 and $3.2 million in 2019.



        It seems like it would be better for Dallas to have him retire, like Marshawn did. Something about this whole thing smells fishy to me.

        Either Jerry is smart and putting something over on the league, which I doubt, or Tony is fucking pissed at Dallas and wants to stick it to them as best he can (three years of dead money), which seems likely.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by hawkfan8812 View Post
          The Dallas Cowboys have officially filed paperwork with the NFL for Tony Romo's release, making him a post-June 1 release designation, sources tell ESPN.

          The team's move softens the blow against the Cowboys' cap this season. Instead of counting $24.7 million against the cap in 2017, Romo would count $10.7 million this year and $8.9 million in 2018.

          The Cowboys would gain $14 million in cap space this season, but it would not become available until June 2.

          The Cowboys will carry $19.6 million in dead money for the 2017 season, $8.9 million in 2018 and $3.2 million in 2019.



          It seems like it would be better for Dallas to have him retire, like Marshawn did. Something about this whole thing smells fishy to me.

          Either Jerry is smart and putting something over on the league, which I doubt, or Tony is fucking pissed at Dallas and wants to stick it to them as best he can (three years of dead money), which seems likely.

          Most NFL fans had the understanding that there would be no math.

          Why does the NFL have to make salary such an complicated issue, old money, new money, future money.

          I can follow that shit but why do I want to or should fans have to, the other 3 sports have a found a way not to constantly bore me with financial ramifications.

          I quit after a year when I got promoted from the .hotel front desk to accounting and fled to a Florida oceanfront hotel,

          I was stuck in a basement office with no windows, a Dominican diva and 2 gay guys, so ever since I let someone else do the accounting.



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          • #6
            Originally posted by beantown23 View Post


            Most NFL fans had the understanding that there would be no math.

            Why does the NFL have to make salary such an complicated issue, old money, new money, future money.

            I can follow that shit but why do I want to or should fans have to, the other 3 sports have a found a way not to constantly bore me with financial ramifications.

            I quit after a year when I got promoted from the .hotel front desk to accounting and fled to a Florida oceanfront hotel,

            I was stuck in a basement office with no windows, a Dominican diva and 2 gay guys, so ever since I let someone else do the accounting.


            The math is complicated because of the non guaranteed contracts. If the NFL had to guarantee contracts the owners would be fielding college teams by the end.

            There re is just too much attrition. I actually think the system is good, and easy to understand if you just take a few minutes to read up on it.

            The other three sports have next to no catastrophic injuries compared to the NFL. Cmon, you have to understand that. There is a Derek Rose every week on multiple teams.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by hawkfan8812 View Post
              The Dallas Cowboys have officially filed paperwork with the NFL for Tony Romo's release, making him a post-June 1 release designation, sources tell ESPN.

              The team's move softens the blow against the Cowboys' cap this season. Instead of counting $24.7 million against the cap in 2017, Romo would count $10.7 million this year and $8.9 million in 2018.

              The Cowboys would gain $14 million in cap space this season, but it would not become available until June 2.

              The Cowboys will carry $19.6 million in dead money for the 2017 season, $8.9 million in 2018 and $3.2 million in 2019.



              It seems like it would be better for Dallas to have him retire, like Marshawn did. Something about this whole thing smells fishy to me.

              Either Jerry is smart and putting something over on the league, which I doubt, or Tony is fucking pissed at Dallas and wants to stick it to them as best he can (three years of dead money), which seems likely.
              This was the only option since he got hurt. He had an albatross as a contract and NOBODY was going to take it. I said that last year. This way, they both save face. He was a a great QB, and if he had caught that snap, they would have most likely bested Chicago and went to the SB.

              I am am happy for him, seems like a good guy, and I agree with you, Simms is not very good.

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              • #8
                One of the most overrated QB's of all time.

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