ESPN's Ed Werder believes there's "no way" the Cowboys will let Tony Romo play out his contract year without an extension.
Romo's contract year is 2013, and he's owed $11.5 million. Not only could Dallas clear cap space by extending Romo's deal, letting him play out the contract year would make owner Jerry Jones too "uncomfortable," per Werder. Romo turns 33 in April. A three-year extension through his age-37 season would make sense for the Cowboys. The Romo camp might push for an additional year or two.