Adam Schefter reported that the Dallas Cowboys quarterback will get that release he's wanted Tuesday. When he does, Romo won't return to football at all; instead he'll reportedly retire and head to the broadcast booth to call NFL games as the color commentator alongside Jim Nantz.
Broncos general manager John Elway was also asked about the possibility of adding Romo and told ESPN's Adam Schefter, "right now we are happy with our quarterback situation."
Few quarterbacks have been better than Romo since he became the Cowboys' starter in 2006.
For Denver Broncos fans wondering if the team will acquire quarterback Tony Romo, the biggest news right now is a report about former Bronco Brock Osweiler.
"Let the Romo recruiting in Houston and Denver begin," Schefter wrote in the tweet.
The Broncos are well positioned to spend when the 2017 NFL league year officially begins at 2 p.m. MT Thursday. Right now, they have the 10th-most cap space in football, according to overthecap.com.
On Tuesday Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network said that if the Dallas Cowboys release the 36-year-old quarterback, Denver is "clearly in the driver's seat" to get him.
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Is it possible the Denver Broncos go after Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo in free agency this summer? ESPN's Adam Schefter says he could envision that scenario playing out.