For the past decade, Tony Romo has been the face of the Dallas Cowboys franchise, but "America's Team" has moved into the Dak Prescott era, and will cut ties with their all-time passing leader today.
The Cowboys said they will release Romo this afternoon. The 36-year-old had missed most of the past two seasons with injuries, which led to the eventual rise of Dak Prescott, who was named Offensive Rookie of the Year. Romo will leave Dallas as the team's all-time leader in passing yards (34,183) and touchdown passes (248), but no Super Bowl rings. He will now look to sign on with another team for next season. (ESPN)