The Dallas Cowboys will move on from quarterback Tony Romo and release the 14-year veteran on Thursday, sources told ESPN.
There are quite a few teams across the league that could benefit from his services, even at Romo's advanced age of 36 (he'll be 37 in April).
Where is the best fit for the longtime Cowboys quarterback?
Will John Elway take a chance on him in Denver? Will he replace Brock Osweiler as the starter in Houston? Or will he consider signing with a team that isn't immediately built for a Super Bowl run, like the Cleveland Browns, Chicago Bears or New York Jets?
The release of Romo does not come as a surprise, although it was a move that pained owner and general manager Jerry Jones because of the close relationship he forged with Romo over 14 years.
-- Josiah Turner
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