Tony Romo set for new Dallas Cowboys deal?

Dallas Cowboys admit that a new Tony Romo contract is a possibility in the near future.

Dallas Cowboys team vice president Stephen Jones has admitted that the franchise are looking to offer quarterback Tony Romo a three or four-year extension to his contract.

Jones said that Romo is a "great quarterback" and that the Cowboys are looking to "reward" him with a contract he deserves.

"We have a great quarterback and he deserves to be paid," Jones told Dallas radio station The Fan.

"We want to reward him. He's in the last year of a contract, and our goal is to not let the quarterback run out of contract.

"I think on this particular situation with Tony is, we think we have a great quarterback and we want him to be our quarterback here for the next four to five years."

Romo threw 4,903 yards for 28 touchdowns in the 2012 season.

Tony Romo in action for the Dallas Cowboys on December 2, 2012
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