According to ESPN's Jeff Darlington, Tony Romo believes his options for 2017 are retiring or playing for the Texans.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Tony Romo is drawing interest as a television analyst for Fox Sports and CBS.
Appearing on The Rich Eisen Show, Sports Illustrated's Peter King said he believes the Cowboys are "willing to wait" on Tony Romo.
Speaking Monday, Broncos coach Vance Joseph said the team hasn't had "one meeting" about Cowboys QB Tony Romo.
Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram does not believe the Cowboys will be able to trade Tony Romo.
John McClain of the Houston Chronicle believes the Texans will still draft a quarterback even if they bring in Tony Romo.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports "it would be a major upset" if the Cowboys are able to find a trade partner for Tony Romo.
According to NFL Network's James Palmer, there's "no guarantee" the Broncos will pursue Tony Romo even if he becomes a free agent.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Fox Sports is looking to replace John Lynch with Tony Romo on NFL broadcasts.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports the Cowboys now expect to trade Tony Romo to Denver or Houston instead of releasing him.
ESPN's Josina Anderson reports the Broncos have yet to have a formal meeting regarding the possibility of signing Tony Romo.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Cowboys will release Tony Romo on Thursday.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports there is a "strong likelihood" the Cowboys release Tony Romo on Thursday.
NFL Network's James Palmer reports the Chiefs are not interested in Tony Romo.