-36 years old (will be 37 entering 2017 season)
-Entering 15th season in NFL (first 14 seasons with Cowboys)
Top accomplishments in Dallas
-Romo's 78 career wins as a starting QB rank third in Cowboys history behind Troy Aikman (94) and Roger Staubach (85).
Salary cap implications involved with Romo
-The Cowboys save $5.1M in cap space and $14M in cash by cutting Romo this offseason, according to Overthecap.com.
-Romo was in line to have the highest salary cap value of any QB in 2017 ($24.7M), before the Cowboys decided to release him.
Romo's injury history
-Since becoming the Cowboys' starter in 2006, Romo has missed 36 games due to injury, and played through numerous other injuries.
-Below is a list of the injuries that Romo has suffered over his career:
2016: Back injury (was inactive for nine games)
2015: Broken left clavicle (missed 12 games)
2014: Broken rib (missed 0 games)
2014: Back injury (missed 1 game)
2013: Back injury (missed 1 game)
2011: Broken rib, punctured lung (missed 0 games)
2010: Broken left clavicle (missed 10 games)
2008: Broken finger (missed 3 games)
2008: Torn rib cartilage (missed 0 games)
One stat that sets Romo apart
-Romo has the highest career passer rating (97.1) of any quarterback that has not won a Super Bowl as a starter.
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