Tony Romo received Joe Flacco-type money. Now, the Dallas Cowboys are hoping their quarterback can deliver a Super Bowl as the Baltimore Ravens quarterback did in February.

The Dallas Cowboys signed Romo to a six-year, $108 million extension, with $55 million guaranteed. He received a $25 million signing bonus and will receive $57 million in the first three years of the deal.

It makes Romo the highest-paid player in franchise history and has him under contract with the Cowboys through 2019.

“I want to thank the entire Jones family for believing and trusting in me to finish my career as a Dallas Cowboy,” Romo said in a statement after signing the deal at Valley Ranch. “There will be no greater reward, besides winning a Super Bowl, than playing my entire career as a Dallas Cowboy.

“…I am excited that ownership and the organization believes in me to get this job done. Our goal is the Super Bowl and I am determined and honored to be the guy in this position to help our team do that.”

Flacco recently signed a six-year, $120.6 million deal, with $52 million guaranteed. Romo’s agent, R.J. Gonser, and team officials had used Flacco’s deal as a guide.

Romo’s contract extension will lower his $16.8 million salary-cap hit for 2013 to $11.8 million. The Cowboys had less than $25,000 in cap space after linebacker Justin Durant and safety Will Allen agreed to terms this week.