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  1. Jones: Jaylon Smith expected to be ready for OTAs
    In December, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Jaylon Smith will be a "key part" of Dallas' D in 2017. Smith missed the 2016 season while recovering from a knee injury but is expected to return in May.
  2. Which Cowboys games will Tony Romo call this season?
    Based on the network listings for Dallas' schedule, which was released Thursday night on NFL Network, the Cowboys only have two games televised by Tony Romo's new employer, CBS.
  3. Dallas Cowboys pick up Zack Martin's fifth-year option
    The Dallas Cowboys made one of their easier offseason decisions Tuesday, picking up the fifth-year contract option on offensive lineman Zack Martin.
  4. Tony Romo is in uniform for his big NBA shootaround
    Tony Romo will ride the bench for the Dallas Mavericks in their season finale tonight at American Airlines Arena. Predictably, there is no shortage of coverage of his fun little adventure.
  5. Miles Austin: Romo on same tier as Staubach, Aikman
    Former Cowboys receiver Miles Austin said Tuesday on Good Morning Football, he personally considers Tony Romo as talented as Troy Aikman and Roger Staubach. But he recognized that Romo meant something unique to him.
  6. Scandrick: Romo will be 'brutally honest' as analyst
    Is CBS taking an ill-advised gamble in handing Tony Romo the coveted lead analyst position held by just four men (Pat Summerall, Tom Brookshier, John Madden and Phil Simms) since the 1960s?
  7. Romo dodges 'retired word', talks family in interview
    Tony Romo called into Dallas sports radio station 105.3 The Fan to talk about the machinations of his decision, the appeal of joining CBS as a color commentator and the underlying drama of it all.
  8. Tony Romo: Houston Texans were at 'top of the list'
    Tony Romo is riding into the CBS eye-shaped sunset, leaving behind Dallas, and the potential to quarterback the Texans, among others. Was his arrival in Houston ever a real possibility?
  9. Social media reacts to Tony Romo's retirement
    As news of Tony Romo's retirement and move to the broadcast booth spread Tuesday, members of the NFL community (and pro wrestling legend Ric Flair) took to social media to react.
  10. Jones: Tony Romo one of best Cowboys players ever
    Tony Romo officially is no longer on the Dallas Cowboys. But Jerry Jones knows the quarterback's legacy won't be forgotten, calling Romo one of the greatest players in Cowboys history.
  11. Winners and losers from Tony Romo's retirement
    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is choosing retirement over one final dance with the Texans, Broncos or fill-in-the-blank. Here are some winners and losers on the heels of Romo's big decision.
  12. Tony Romo exits gridiron -- at least for now -- on his own terms
    Tony Romo has decided to hang up his cleats (at least for now ...) and join Jim Nantz in the CBS booth. Judy Battista reflects on a polarizing career and explores what's next.
  13. Tony Romo's five most memorable moments
    Tony Romo will go down as one of the best quarterbacks in Cowboys history. In an effort to look back on his career, here are five of his most memorable moments in Dallas and why they set him apart.