In the past, Theismann has said Romo's best option is to go ahead and walk away from the game while he still can under his own power.
"I've said it purely because I respect him so much and he's a friend and I don't want to see him get hurt," Theismann said.
"I'd love to see him play a full season healthy, but he hasn't done it in the last three years. And you don't know if that collarbone's gonna hold up. The back is questionable, but the collarbone hasn't even been tested. And this is why I've been concerned: On the play he got hurt [in the preseason], he looked like when he was trying to escape Seattle's rush that he couldn't get out of harm's way. And when you can't get out of harm's way with the speed and the athleticism of the individuals that play this game, you're a sitting duck. And I'd hate to see something happen to him."
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