Two NFL sources confirmed the Dallas Cowboys and quarterback Tony Romo are "very close" to agreeing to a six-year contract extension.
"It's not done yet, but it's close," one NFL source said.
The deal would be six years, and close to $70 million. The signing bonus, which is the crucial element because it's the only part of the contract that is guaranteed, has not been set.
More to come as this story develops.
- Mac Engel