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The Dallas Cowboys have a big decision to make at the quarterback position, with Tony Romo returning from injury and fit enough to replace impressive rookie Dak Prescott.

At the moment, the Cowboys seem to be favouring Prescott, the rookie that has led them to an 8-1 record, and seem likely to keep Romo on the bench at least until the former Mississippi State man gives them a reason to bench him.

According to a report from Adam Schefter of ESPN earlier today, 2016 could well be Romo's last in Dallas with three teams apparently interested in bringing in the veteran quarterback.

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The three teams that Schefter is predicting Romo to go to? The Denver Broncos, Chicago Bears and New York Jets. All franchises that are struggling at the quarterback position.

Of those three sides, it is the Broncos that would make the most sense for the aging Romo. 

Denver have a real chance at making the Super Bowl and just need a quality quarterback to take them over the edge of being a good team, to being a Championship-winning team. 

However, the Broncos spent a first-round pick this past year on Paxton Lynch out of Memphis. The youngster does need some time to learn the game but even Denver may not go as far as to bench him for an extra few seasons.

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