Cowboys are reworking Romo’s contract to help salary cap
Arlington — The Dallas Cowboys are in the process of reworking the contract of quarterback Tony Romo in their attempt to get under the 2014 salary cap of $133 million, according to sources.
The team plans to convert most of Romo’s $13.5 million base for next year into a signing bonus, creating roughly $10 million in salary cap space. It will be turned into the league office today.
For more go to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.