Cowboys won't have Tony Romo forever

Dallas has a solid QB but should start planning for the future by drafting another

Updated: January 26, 2012, 12:37 PM ET
By Calvin Watkins | ESPNDallas.com

MOBILE, Ala. -- After watching several days of practices at the Senior Bowl, I'd say Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has nothing to worry about in the immediate future.

Romo has two years left on his contract and turns 32 in April.

The window on Romo is not closing, according to owner and general manager Jerry Jones. Romo's contract might be extended if he has a successful 2012 season.

Jones said there isn't a hurry to draft a quarterback this year unless something falls ...

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