Cowboys safety Barry Church isn't focusing primarily on his teammates' offseason moves. The seven-year Dallas defender is a free agent himself this season and will look toward finding his own home instead, with the Cowboys if he gets his first choice.

Even so, he offered a word of advice for teams shopping for their new additions: Go get Tony Romo.

"Go get 'em," Church said about the quarterback in a Monday interview with 105.3 The Fan. "He's a heck of a competitor, the ultimate team leader. He can only help any team out there. Other than what, New England, he can pretty much help every team. If they asked me, I'd say yeah, go get him."

Church said Romo often went against him and the first-team defense in practice this year when he was healed. The safety doesn't think Romo has lost his touch.

"He looked great back there," Church said. "He was dropping some dimes, some serious dimes against the No. 1 defense. We went against him on 7-on-7 drills."

But could Romo, who will turn 37 in April and is expecting his third child in August, still star in the NFL?