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.