NFL Rumors: Tony Romo Wants To Play Six More Seasons

At the age of 32, Tony Romo is hardly a young man. But after spending the first three plus years of his NFL career on the bench, he still sees a long NFL future ahead of him.

In an interview with a local TV host, Romo said he thought he could play at a high-level for another six years:

Unlike most positions on the field, QB's take far fewer hits on a weekly basis, which allows them to extend their careers far past most of their contemporaries.

However, that theory only works with a competent offensive line, which has been a problem for Dallas during nearly all of Romo's tenure. More often than not, he's been running for his life during his time as a Cowboy, and if Jerry Jones wants his franchise QB to play deep into the next decade, he's going to need to keep him upright.

For more coverage of Cowboys training camp, check out Blogging The Boys as well as the SB Nation Dallas StoryStream.

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