Tony Romo QB DAL Aug 16 '789 Comments
ESPN Dallas reports Tony Romo stopped extension talks to "concentrate on the season."
Beat writer Calvin Watkins emphasizes the Cowboys are still hoping to lock Romo up long-term. Executive VP Stephen Jones recently said the Cowboys want Romo to retire in Dallas. Although Romo is on pace for a career-worst 26 interceptions, he's also on track for a career-best 4,788 yards. Signed through 2013, Romo will turn 33 in April.