The Dallas Cowboys haven't shut the door on Dak Prescott remaining the starting quarterback even when Tony Romo's back is healthy enough for him to play.
A decade ago, the Cowboys benched Drew Bledsoe for Romo, who had gone undrafted out of Eastern Illinois.
"I can't imagine a scenario where Tony's not our quarterback when he's ready," vice president Stephen Jones said. "But things happen. You know that. You know what happened to Bledsoe and [Tom] Brady. I'm sure Tony's aware of that. But the reality is Tony's going to come back for us and play great, we believe."