With quarterback Tony Romo off to a hot start, contract talks are bound to heat up with the Cowboys. But according to Romo, they are not there yet. Romo, who is in the final year of his contract, also shot down a report on an NFL- related Web site. Citing sources, profootballtalk.com said Romo's agent, Tom Condon, is asking for more than $30 million in guaranteed money on a possible contract extension. "That's not true," Romo said of the supposed offer by Condon. "I don't know where that came from. But I will take it, though."
Romo Dismisses Rumors Of Extension