The Cowboys have no intention of reclaiming any signing bonus money back from Tony Romo if he decides to retire, per a source. The team does have a right to go after the remaining $5 million of the signing bonus money left over from the $25 million he got when he signed a six-year, $108 million contract extension in 2013.
Denver Broncos general manager John Elways says the plan is to stick with incumbent starter Trevor Siemian or second-year player Paxton Lynch at quarterback. Denver has been speculated as a landing spot for Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.
The Dallas Stars have won four of their last six as they pay a visit to the Atlantic Division-leading Montreal Canadiens. The Stars staved off playoff elimination Sunday with a win at New Jersey, but victories by Nashville and St. Louis made it official Monday.