The Tony Romo sweepstakes seem like they will be an interesting one to watch all offseason. According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Buffalo Bills look like they will be players for Tony Romo.
“The Bills also have significant interest in Romo, team and league sources said, though they realize that it might be a tough sell. The Bills have not given up hope on retaining Tyrod Taylor on a lesser contract, too, though that might be wishful thinking on their part at this point”.
Of course, the Tyrod Taylor situation will have to be resolved first. If no contract resolution is resolved, Taylor will be owed north of $30 million for 2017. In that case, Taylor will likely be released since a large portion of that number is not guaranteed.
Tony Romo obviously prefers to be traded to a contender. The Broncos, Texans, Cardinals, and Chiefs are teams that we know Romo has an eye on. It will be interesting to see if Romo would agree to play for the Buffalo Bills if a trade is agreed upon. Buffalo has a new coach in town so it may change his thought process.