Forget Manziel: Romo says he's getting stronger, career not near end
Now that the Dallas Cowboys reportedly have lost all interest in Johnny Manziel, they're probably still looking for a backup quarterback.
But Tony Romo wants you to know his career's not near its end.
Romo fractured his collarbone twice last season and was sidelined as his backups went 1-11. He hasn't played in all 16 games since 2012. However, his workouts this offseason are stronger than they've been in years, he tells Colin Cowherd in the video above.
Romo also says he's not worried about Jerry Jones drafting his replacement or bringing in another backup to groom.
"If someone's good enough to take your job, you're probably not as good as you thought," Romo said. Hear what else he says in the video below.