"Obviously we think [Romo's] got a chance," Jones said. "We think a lot of Tony. We think a lot of him as a person. We like the way he got here, so his development is a big part of this decision."
That smells like Norv Turner to me. If there's one thing I know Turner could do well is continue the development of Tony Romo.
Jones then talks defense.
"You end up getting the same thing in the 3-4 that you get in the 4-3 at times," Jones said. "I can give you a good case why some of our personnel is better suited for the 4-3 right now."
That sounds like Jerry is flexible about the defense, and that the defensive coordinator doesn't need to be familiar with the 3-4. But can anybody tell me what the heck this line means? "You end up getting the same thing in the 3-4 that you get in the 4-3 at times."
I have no idea what he's talking about.
"Clearly, the first few years of his career, he did a great job of refining his skills so that when he got the opportunity to play, he was able to take advantage of it. He seems like a guy who loves football and is willing to work at it. I'm excited to get to work with him."