- Todd Archer, ESPN Staff Writer
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OXNARD, Calif. – Tony Romo is a free agent.
While he signed a six-year extension with the Cowboys in the offseason worth $108 million, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback no longer has an endorsement with Starter and will enter the season without an agreement with any apparel company.
According to a source close to Romo, he had multiple offers from companies but he wanted to spend the offseason focusing on his rehab from surgery to remove a cyst on his back and his work with the offensive coaches instead of an endorsement deal.
Romo had been a national spokesman for Starter since 2009.
Romo has worn Nike cleats for most of training camp and is expected to wear them in Friday’s preseason game at Oakland.