The Facts: \With the annual meetings beginning this weekend and the Cowboys presumably hoping someone/anyone will make them a trade offer for Romo, the Broncos are doing what they can to make sure the Cowboys know that there won't be a spontaneous offer for Romo in Arizona. Jeff Darlington of ESPN reports that the Broncos are "not pursuing" Romo, but that they haven't closed the door on him.
Diehards Line: The Broncos have consistently made it clear that they won’t trade for Romo, presumably because the momentum for weeks has been pointing toward the Cowboys cutting him. One day after telling Romo he’d be released, the Cowboys changed course, opting to wait for a possible trade. The Cowboys likely have opted to wait for the league meetings in the hopes of getting an offer. If they don’t, they’ll have to decide whether to release him before the launch of the offseason program next month -- a move that some believe would open the door for the in-state Texans to step though (a door Cowboys owner Jerry Jones might not want to open). Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that CBS is “making a strong push” to add Romo, who is also reportedly of interest to FOX as an analyst as well. ... So there's ample opportunity awaiting the QB if he decides to move on. And we'll obviously be following along closely.