Tony Romo believes he still has a lot left to give, no matter what anybody says.
Last week former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman addressed how he thought Romo might react to the team drafting a young quarterback in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
"I think Tony has said all the right things, but I don't think Tony would be real happy if they drafted a quarterback," Aikman told NBC 5. "Brett Favre wasn't happy when [the Green Bay Packers] drafted Aaron Rodgers."
On the weekend, Romo responded to Aikman's comments on his future with the team.
"Well, I think me and Troy are a little different in some of the things we may think sometimes," Romo said, via Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News. "I think that that's just his opinion. For me, if you're good enough to play at the highest level and you think you can play at a certain level, you should never be worried about anything other than just helping your teammates.
"I understand that's part of the game — people get threatened. But for me, I feel very strongly and confident in the things our team can do."
Romo also added, "There's no question, I'll be able to play for a while."
"I learned a long time ago, if you're good, you just go out and play," Romo said. "You don't worry about stuff, that noise that people talk about. For me, it's about getting our team to a championship."
It's good to know that he is comfortable with the team eventually moving on from No.9.
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