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NFL News: Tony Romo Concluded Negotiations

Written by Michael Gordon   
Wednesday, 03 October 2012 23:44

Tony Romo NegotiationsThe Dallas Cowboys and their star quarterback Tony Romo concluded negotiations that held about the extension of a new contract without reaching an agreement, according to sources close to the team that plays in the NFL. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

The Dallas team had held preliminary talks recently with the agent Romo, RJ Gonser, who took charge of the affairs of the quarterback of the Cowboys, who split with his former agent, Ken Kramer.

Romo, who still has two-year contract with the Cowboys, recently signed with Creative Artists Agency Gonser Sports.

This season, Romo will earn a base salary of $ 825,000 and is scheduled to earn $ 11.5 million in 2013.

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In 2007, Romo signed an extension by 67.4 million with 30 million guaranteed. The contract has been amended several times salary cap reasons.

The Romo Cowboys want to sign an extension to help reduce their impact on the salary cap for 2013.

Romo's salary will 16.8 million against the salary cap in 2013 and in the past the Cowboys have lessened the impact on the salary cap several players such as Miles Austin and DeMarcus Ware.

The suspension of negotiations is not seen as a negative situation between the parties, because Romo and the Cowboys want a long term future together, although more and more people who think that if this year the team fails to reach the final stage must conclude quarterback.

However, both the Cowboys and Romo probably not want negotiations to become a distraction during the season and thus can focus on the competition has just started and after four games with a 2-2 mark.

Nor is it known that they want the money will pay Cowboys Romo.
But be on par with the wages they earn other outstanding quarterbacks in the NFL and have recently managed to sign their contract extensions.

Earlier this month, the quarterback of the Houston Texans, Matt Schaub, signed a four-year extension and 62 million with 30 million guaranteed.

Last season, the Buffalo Bills signed their star quarterback, Ryan Fitzpatrick, for six years and 59 million, with 24 guaranteed.

Romo, 32, is not the only quarterback who is looking for an extension, so does Joe Flacco of the Baltimore Ravens, who followed the same process by not following the contract negotiations until after the season.

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