In a 24-hour span, the Dallas Cowboys created roughly $23 million in salary cap space on Thursday. The Cowboys didn't cut a single player, but that doesn't mean anything. The Cowboys have a pressing need in getting quarterback Tony Romo signed to a long-term deal. He's under contract for the 2013 season, but the team would like to reduce his team-high $16.8 million cap number. Getting Romo's cap numbers down should help the Cowboys make any potential moves in free agency.