Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said the team wants to sign Tony Romo to a long-term deal because he's the key to making a championship run. But since Romo was named the starting quarterback in 2006, Dallas has made just three playoff appearances, two of which were one-and-done. Has Romo proved himself to be the man to guide this storied franchise to another Super Bowl appearance?
Worth the money?
Tony Romo could command a three-to-five-year deal with an average salary of at least $12 million.
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