Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by boyzjunkie, Apr 12, 2014.
Via my tinfoil hair curlers:
Jerry offers Tony Romo and our first for Houston's first.
No chance. Time to get new curlers
The Texans had a lousy season last year, so they aren't good enough to trade for a vet QB. They aren't a QB away from contending for the Super Bowl, so I think they opt to rebuild.
Not sure how often this needs to be said: the Cowboy are effectively married to Romo for at least the next two years.
If the Cowboys trade or release Romo before June 1 of this year that would trigger a $32.5 million cap charge (based on his $25 million signing bonus from last year ($20 million of which has yet to hit the cap) and the $12.5 million bonus payment under his restructured deal).
Cap gurus, please correct my numbers if I am wrong.
I'm confused...is this an actual rumor or something you pulled out of your backside? If it's the latter, the thread title is horrible.
Clearly you are unfamiliar with the term "tinfoil hat."
My curlers resemble that.
If it were 2006? Yes.
Since it is 2014? No.
That's generous of the mod to keep this thread active
This would be like waking up in Heaven.
if cap implications were not effected.
Is Houston the stupidest team in the league?
Houston isn't that stupid.
Why would the Texans do that? They have a chance to get a QB they can build around & have for years. Tony is 30 whatever with recent back issues.
Are you trying to get me in trouble with the chief?
Didn't we discuss this about a week ago?
I represent Houston and I accept! BOOM!
Herschel Walker part II
It would be a 41 million cap hit to trade Romo.
The NFL won't allow the Cowboys to play with a roster of 30 players which is what would be required to get under the cap if Romo was traded.
The correct question is "Could Jerry trade Romo for the #1 pick."
The correct answer is "With a 41 million cap hit, hell no."