• Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 2/26/17 10:40am ET

    The Denver Broncos are expected to 'at least discuss' Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo if he is released, according to 9News Denver's Mike Klis.

    Huddle Up: Denver has been widely speculated as a potential landing spot for Romo, so Klis isn't breaking news here. The Broncos have the playmakers and championship-ready team Romo desires, but their offensive line is a far cry from the Cowboys' front five, which would make him even more of an injury risk than he already is. If the veteran quarterback does eventually land in Denver, he would be a very serviceable QB2 for as long as he can stay healthy.

  • Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 2/26/17 4:35pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Saturday, Feb. 25, that no decision has been made on QB Tony Romo's status for 2017.

    Huddle Up: Romo will likely be released or traded to free up cap space, and he should be able to find a starting job somewhere. Health is an obvious concern, but Romo is worth the gamble as a QB2.

  • Dak Prescott - QB
    Posted 2/24/17 8:05pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott isn't going to suffer a sophomore slump, according to New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton, and Payton said Prescott plays with a calmness that should continue to benefit him.

    Huddle Up: After his impressive rookie campaign, Prescott is already in the QB1 mix entering 2017.

  • Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 2/19/17 4:31pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo is open to restructuring his contract in order to facilitate a trade to a contender.

    Huddle Up: Romo can't be trusted as a fantasy starter, but if he lands in a quality offense, he is worth grabbing as a QB2 in 2017. If he can actually stay on the field, he can be a high-end fantasy backup or useful trade chip.

  • Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 2/16/17 8:50am ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo is expecting to be released this offseason. He believes he can be a starter in the league for two or three more years.

    Huddle Up: Romo has a lengthy injury history, and he's entering his age-37 season. He's someone to target as a backup if you land an elite QB in fantasy.

  • Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 2/5/17 10:06am ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo has already received strong interest from television networks that want him to work as a color analyst, but he has no intention of retiring in order to do so.

    Huddle Up: Romo turns 37 in April and is coming off a significant back injury, but he was still able to give all interested parties a glimpse that he still has a little something left in the Cowboys' regular-season finale. The likelihood is that Dallas ends up releasing him as potential suitors won't be all that inclined to trade for an aging quarterback who may only have one year left with a fairly substantial contract. If he leaves Dallas, he will be a high-risk fantasy QB2 almost regardless of where he lands.

  • Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 2/4/17 6:57am ET

    The Kansas City Chiefs are one team that could be interested in acquiring Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo this offseason, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The team is reportedly looking to upgrade the quarterback position after losing in the second round of the playoffs for the second consecutive year.

    Huddle Up: Incumbent starting QB Alex Smith would likely be released if Romo lands in Kansas City. Although he should still be capable of posting QB1 numbers in a favorable situation, Romo would be best served as a fantasy backup in most seasonal formats due to his injury history.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 2/4/17 1:12pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 854 yards and eight touchdowns at home this season and rushed for 777 yards and seven touchdowns on the road.

    Huddle Up: Elliott had an outstanding rookie season and led the NFL in rushing yards with 1,631. He was also in the top five in carries and touchdowns. He will continue to be a main focus on offense for the Cowboys and should be a first-round pick in all leagues.

  • Dak Prescott - QB
    Posted 2/4/17 5:26pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott was named the Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year Saturday, Feb. 4.

    Huddle Up: Prescott finished his rookie year with 29 total touchdowns. He is in the QB1 conversation heading into 2017.

  • Jason Witten - TE
    Posted 2/3/17 1:26pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten said he does not expect to receive a contract extension this offseason even though he is entering the final year of his contract. Witten said he is taking things year-to-year and is not sure how much longer he will play.

    Huddle Up: Witten finished the 2016 season with 673 yards and three touchdowns. His receiving yards was his lowest total since his rookie season. Witten will continue to be a part of the passing game next season but probably should only be considered a low-end No. 1 or a No. 2 tight end in fantasy leagues.

  • Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 2/3/17 9:38pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo is unlikely to be pursued by the Arizona Cardinals, according to head coach Bruce Arians. 'I wish Tony all the best; I doubt he'll be a Cardinal,' Arians said.

    Huddle Up: Romo will have plenty of suitors this offseason, and he should still be able to produce QB1 numbers in the right situation. However, he needs to drafted as a fantasy backup because of his injury history.

  • Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 2/2/17 12:41pm ET

    The Buffalo Bills have significant interest in Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo, but it may not be a great fit since Romo is looking to join a contending team, according to sources.

    Huddle Up: The Bills still have to make a decision on Tyrod Taylor, so it is not known what the Bills will do at the quarterback position. Romo likely will be starting for a team in 2017 and can be a No. 1 quarterback for fantasy owners. Taylor could also find a starting job if he leaves Buffalo but probably would be more of a No. 2 fantasy quarterback.

  • Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 2/2/17 12:32pm ET

    The Dallas Cowboys will be open to trade offers for QB Tony Romo this offseason once owner/general manager Jerry Jones meets with Romo, according to sources. Romo would prefer to be traded to a contending team. The Houston Texans, Arizona Cardinals, Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs are among the teams Romo may be interested in joining.

    Huddle Up: Romo is not expected to be with Dallas next season and probably will be traded or released during the offseason. Romo should be a starting quarterback for a team in 2017 and could be a No. 1 fantasy quarterback depending on his team.

  • Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 1/29/17 7:33am ET

    The Denver Broncos could be interested in Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo if they can acquire him as a free agent, according to a source in the organization's football department.

    Huddle Up: Romo has three non-guaranteed years remaining on his current contract ($14 million in 2017, $19.5 million in 2018 and $20.5 million in 2019) but the Broncos would likely only be interested in him if he is released by the Cowboys. This would allow Denver to negotiate a cap-friendly contract with the soon-to-be 37-year-old. Romo should still be viewed as a QB1 if he lands with a contender as the unquestioned starter but his history of back injuries means that seasonal owners should have a competent backup on hand.

  • Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 1/20/17 9:14am ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo has already said he wants to continue playing, but Bryan Broaddus of the team's official website believes retirement is a serious possibility for the quarterback this offseason.

    Huddle Up: Even though a healthy Romo would still better than roughly half of the starting quarterbacks in the league, it would be hard to blame him if he chose to leave the game given his age (turns 37 in April) history of back injuries. Ultimately, he'll probably try to squeeze out one more year, although it is highly unlikely he will do so in Dallas.

  • Jason Witten - TE
    Posted 1/16/17 6:51am ET

    Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten plans to return in 2017 for his 15th season.

    Huddle Up: Witten will be 35 in May and had a decent 69-673-3 campaign in 2016. He'll be a midrange PPR tight end with minimal upside.

  • Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 1/16/17 9:36pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo is 'not going to be on (the team) in 2017,' according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, who states that trading the veteran quarterback is their 'No. 1 priority this offseason.'

    Huddle Up: It's looking like a certainty that Romo will not be with the only team he has ever known next season. The only question is where he ends up, and with a good number of teams seeking to rectify their starting quarterback situation this offseason, the 12-year veteran figures to land in a spot where he'll get another chance again right out of the gate. This should be one of the more interesting storylines of the upcoming offseason.

  • Jason Witten - TE
    Posted 1/15/17 9:11am ET

    Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten has not caught a touchdown in any of his seven career playoffs games.

    Huddle Up: Witten has posted solid receiving numbers in his previous playoff games and should see a solid amount of targets against the Green Bay Packers. He should be considered a No. 1 tight end in fantasy leagues even if he does not score a touchdown.

  • Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 1/15/17 10:49am ET

    The Denver Broncos are not inclined to trade for Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo this offseason even though they are Romo's No. 1 preferred spot, according to sources.

    Huddle Up: Romo probably will not be back with the Cowboys next season after Dak Prescott's season, but he should be able to find a starting job with a team this offseason. Romo has shown he can be a No. 1 fantasy quarterback in the past and could be one again in 2017 depending on his team.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 1/15/17 5:34pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott had 22 carries for 125 yards in a 34-31 loss to the Green Bay Packers Sunday, Jan. 15.

    Huddle Up: Dallas came out on the losing end, but Elliott delivered another strong performance. He should be a top-five pick in all formats next season.

  • Dak Prescott - QB
    Posted 1/15/17 5:30pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott completed 24 of his 38 pass attempts for 302 yards, three touchdowns and an interception and ran for 13 yards in a 34-31 loss to the Green Bay Packers Sunday, Jan. 15.

    Huddle Up: After a brilliant rookie season that no one could have predicted, Prescott is already in the mix as a QB1 heading into 2017.

  • Dez Bryant - WR
    Posted 1/15/17 5:49pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant had nine catches for 132 yards and two touchdowns in a 34-31 loss to the Green Bay Packers Sunday, Jan. 15.

    Huddle Up: Bryant was an all-or-nothing fantasy play for much of this season, but when healthy, he still showcased WR1 upside. If he slips a bit in 2017 drafts, he could end up being a steal for fantasy owners.

  • Jason Witten - TE
    Posted 1/15/17 5:59pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten had six catches for 59 yards and his first postseason touchdown in a 34-31 loss to the Green Bay Packers Sunday, Jan. 15.

    Huddle Up: Witten can still be counted on for a handful of catches per game, but he does his damage on underneath coverage and offers little upside. Draft him as a TE2 in 2017.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 1/11/17 6:43am ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott was involved in a minor car accident Wednesday, Jan. 11, near the team's practice facility in Frisco, Texas. There were no injuries sustained as a result of the minor crash, according to the Frisco police department.

    Huddle Up: Zeke should be fine, but keep an eye on him the next couple of days to be sure. He's an elite RB1 against the Green Bay Packers this weekend.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 1/11/17 8:44am ET

    Updating an earlier report, Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott is fine after his 'minor fender bender' Wednesday, Jan. 11, according to head coach Jason Garrett. Elliott was at practice 20 minutes after the accident.

    Huddle Up: It's a good sign he was able to practice, but there is still a possibility of whiplash or something else popping up in the next day or two. Monitor him the next couple of days, but he's an elite RB1 against the Green Bay Packers this weekend.

  • Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 1/8/17 3:54pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo is not likely to draw interest from the Denver Broncos in the offseason because of the their offensive line issues and their belief in QB Trevor Siemian and investment in QB Paxton Lynch, according to ESPN's Ed Werder.

    Huddle Up: Romo's name is going to be tossed about in a lot of rumors this offseason. If he ends up starting for a decent team, he will have QB1 upside. However, don't count on the fragile veteran carrying your fantasy team.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 1/5/17 11:00am ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott said he is feeling good and expects to receive more touches during the playoffs.

    Huddle Up: Elliott led the NFL in rushing during the regular season with 1,631 yards and 322 carries but appears to be ready for even more work in the playoffs. He will be a must-start option in all fantasy playoff leagues as long as the Cowboys are playing.

  • Tony Romo - QB
    Posted 1/1/17 1:55pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo played one series in the team's 27-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Jan. 1. Romo was 3-for-4 for 29 yards and threw his first touchdown pass in 14 months.

    Huddle Up: It's just one series, but Romo proved he could snap back in a second and play ball once again. Whether Romo stays in Dallas or goes elsewhere remains to be seen. For now, mainly because of his long layoff, Romo carries QB2 status with a good chance to go back to QB1 depending on his health and where he plays.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 1/1/17 2:22pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott finished with 1,631 rushing yards, which was 178 yards shy of the rookie record set by Eric Dickerson.

    Huddle Up: It wouldn't have been likely for Elliott to break that record had he played, but Elliott still had a fantastic rookie season. He is a solid RB1 with a decent chance at NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year honors.

  • Dak Prescott - QB
    Posted 12/30/16 5:14am ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott won't play the whole game in Week 17 as QBs Tony Romo and Mark Sanchez are expected to play an undetermined role as well.

    Huddle Up: It could be a situation like a preseason game where he plays the first half and comes out. Due to such, he really isn't worth rolling the dice on in fantasy this week against the Philadelphia Eagles.

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