Dak Prescott is officially the Dallas Cowboys’ starting quarterback, and Tony Romo has been relegated to backup status.
Romo still wants to play, but he will almost certainly be in another uniform next season. ESPN analyst Herm Edwards said the San Francisco 49ers could be a potential landing spot for the 36-year-old quarterback.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter listed several potential landing spots for Romo including the Chicago Bears, New York Jets, Arizona Cardinals and Denver Broncos.
Romo at least provides the Cowboys with insurance in case something happens to Prescott, but it’s becoming more and more likely that Romo is starting for another team next fall.