Is this the year the Dallas Cowboys draft Tony Romo's replacement? Executive vice president said he's open to the possibility. "You always have to be open to that," Jones said at the Senior Bowl this week. "Yeah, and whether it’s a guy ultimately one day, your future, even if its at some point it enables you to not have a better (more expensive) backup, that saves you money if you’re able to get on a guy like that, so we’re always open to it." Before anybody gets visions of Johnny Manziel or Teddy Bridgewater wearing a Cowboys uniform, know that if the Cowboys draft a quarterback, it's won't be early on. Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said previously that he didn't anticipate drafting a quarterback high.