Former NFL QB – Whatever GM trades for Romo should be fired Dan Leberfeld

There is a lot of speculation about where Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo will play next year with the emergence of Dak Prescott.

Some have speculated the Jets could be a landing spot.

Former Washington Redskins QB Joe Theismann thinks any GM who trades for the Romo, whose had myriad medical issues, should be fired.

“Any general manager that would make a deal for Tony Romo shouldn’t keep their job as general manager,” Theismann told Bleacher Report Radio. “It’s a bad business decision, plus what offensive line is going to be the same one he has in Dallas?

“I think Tony Romo stays a Dallas Cowboy. He’s got a $24 million cap, you negotiate that down to a number that’s palatable for the team. If Dak [Prescott] gets hurt, he goes and plays, and you put incentives in if he does play. To me, Tony Romo’s got to be a Dallas Cowboy to the end of his career.”