Romo was an undrafted free agent, so a 7th round pick is no reason to dislike the player. What I find baffling is that either side of the Siemian debate talks in absolutes. I don't know how anyone can say they've seen enough to judge one way or the other on him? He did a lot of good things in 2016, and there's also a lot of bad things. He's far from a finished product and needs to continue to work to hone his craft, which is the same with every young QB. I have no idea why anyone would want to trade Siemian, regardless of whether they add Romo or not. A Qb who's started a full season and shown that he's an NFL QB (starter or really good backup remains to be seen) with a dirt cheap contract. There's zero reason to get rid of him.
Originally Posted by gtown53
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