FRISCO, Texas – Two days after the Cowboys' divisional-round playoff loss to the Green Bay Packers, Jerry Jones isn't ready to discuss what could be the team's biggest topic of speculation this offseason:
Will Tony Romo be back for a 15th season with the Cowboys?
"I don't have to get into that at all, and I'm not," Jones said Tuesday on 105.3 The Fan. "As a matter of fact, there are several cards to be played. Don't think for one minute if you see something written or something said about what or where Romo is going to be relative to our team, that there's any credibility to it. There's only one that can make that decision and there's been no decision made."
Romo is signed through 2019, though his role on the team changed from starter to backup due to rookie Dak Prescott's rise while Romo recovered from a preseason back injury.
Jones said Tuesday he believes Romo, 36, will play in a Super Bowl one day.
Like head coach Jason Garrett on Monday, Jones praised Romo for handling his role with professionalism as the team won 13 games and positioned themselves for a championship run.
As for whether Romo will still be a member of the Cowboys next season, the team owner/general manager isn't willing to get into that public discussion yet.
"We've got a lot to think about here, but that's in the future," he said.