The Philadelphia Eagles are now without their star quarterback. Their options going forward are backup gunslinger Nick Foles or a pair of veterans out of football, according to NFL personalities.
ESPN's Dianna Russini tweeted Monday afternoon that the Eagles should consider Tony Romo, who's excelling as a broadcaster in his first season away from the Cowboys.
"How many weeks of watching Nick Foles before Philly realizes they should convince the prematurely retired @tonyromo to come out of the booth" Russini tweeted. "The veteran knows the NFC, the Eagels have a great running game and defense, and here's Romo chance to win a Super Bowl."
Per the Dallas Morning News, it's not the first quarterback that triggered a "get Tony Romo" frenzy. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone the week after winning a close game over the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in October. Mumbles spread then too about a return to his native Wisconsin.