NFL Trade Rumors: Denver Broncos may make a bid for Tony Romo
Rumors suggesting that the Denver Broncos may make a bid for Tony Romo. John Gruden, a football analyst suggested that a deal with Romo is good to improve the situation, added that Lynch and Siemian are the future for Broncos but the championship window will not stay wide open for Broncos defense. If the offense of the team continues to falter, a short term move for Romo should be put into consideration before the trading deadline.
According to Morning News USA, it seemed impossible for legal circumstances for the 36-year-old veteran. Any NFL trade rumors regarding Tony Romo will entirely depend whether the Dallas Cowboys would get themselves free from their contract with Tony Romo.
Denver Broncos team is losing its hold in Super Bowl championship with back to back losses. Over the last two weeks, the team has failed to score in additional 16 points in a single game. Quarterbacks Trevor Seimian and Paxton Lynch aggravated the problem.
Players, Siemian and Paxton have posted over 220 yards and passing just twice in a game this year. Other teams are focused on combating Broncos' ground attacks as the effect and from September 8th onwards the Broncos' team unable to post 100 yards in a single game. The team is in a major crisis they're playing with a worn out defense they don't look prominent even they won the championship in February, The Gamers Drop has reported.
According to a source, if the team is looking for experience, Tony Romo could be a possibility but he may not be seen often as Lynch or Siemian and would just be a wasted money. The team has two quarterbacks and that may be a better option rather than to sign Romo though he used to be a good quarterback but his best days are now behind him.