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March 29, 2013

Jerry Jones: We're exctied about moving into the next several years with Romo

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones released a statement about the six-year, $108 million extension the team gave to Tony Romo on Friday.

"This is a significant day in terms of securing stability for our team for the future. Tony is uniquely qualified to lead this team at the quarterback position for the next several years. He has an abundance of experience and familiarity with our offensive philosophy, our head coach and the personnel around him. He is moving into a period of time where he can maximize all of his natural skills while continuing to build upon the talents that he has developed since entering the NFL. He has a proven-veteran-quarterback grasp of the intellectual side of the game. He knows how to run an offense and run a team. He knows how to win games and has done it in a lot of different settings and under a lot of difficult circumstances.

"We couldn't be more excited about moving onto the next several years with Tony, a time where he will have a significant level of input and contribution to the planning and implementing of our offensive approach - both in the meeting room and on the field. In today's game, every NFL franchise understands the importance of production and continuity at the quarterback position, and, historically, few franchises have enjoyed those benefits more than the Dallas Cowboys.  We are very confident in this investment and commitment."

-- Charean Williams

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Jerry, you are excited but your fans are just plain depressed

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