Concerned about a contract extension for Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo? Don’t be. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is not worried about it. Of course, he has inside information. Sitting in a meeting room at the luxurious Biltmore Hotel, built in 1929 with the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright as a consulting architect, Jones not only hinted a deal with Romo is coming soon but that he will get a contract worthy of the millionaire guests occupying the hotel this week for the NFL owners meetings. “Probably what concerns them about a timetable is the fact that they don’t know that it won’t be weeks out,” Jones said of Cowboys fans being nervous of a Romo deal getting done. “They don’t know that. I have a better feel for it than that. We are involved in negotiations. It’s just not the thing to do for him or me to say we ought to have something done by midnight or tomorrow unless it’s that imminent.” Jones reflected on his statement following the 35-minute interview with local reporters and realized that he indicated a Romo deal was close, and he added that “I’m OK with [saying] that.”