The Dallas Cowboys are expected to release Romo "likely within the next two weeks," according to the Dallas Morning News. Jones' team can access $5.1 million in salary cap space if it trades or releases the gunslinger. The franchise saves $14 million in cap space if it makes Romo a post-June 1 cut.
Reports on the Broncos have suggested that the franchise will be more interested in Romo as a free agent. 9News Denver's Mike Klis reported that the Broncos are "expected to at least discuss whether to pursue" Romo.
The four-time Pro Bowl selection is allegedly willing to "massage" his contract in order to "work within the cap constraints of a contending team..."