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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is dismissing everyone that is criticizing him. You would too if you just worked out a new deal for $108 million. Romo spoke with ESPN and let it fly.
“I think more than anything I think [the media], not trying to be rude, but you guys don’t matter,” Romo said. “Saying that, I know you guys all have a job to do and it helps grow the game and there’s a lot of talk about the game and it’s a wonderful aspect of it, good [and] bad. None of it matters. It’s going to be played out on the field, no matter what we’re going to [do] we have to open up the football season against the New York Giants and whether you said great things or whether you said the Cowboys are whatever, they’re the best ever, the worst ever, they can’t ever, they can, it doesn’t matter. You still have to show up and you got to play.”
The quarterback’s cavalier opinion about the media as a whole is understandable.
During his career, Romo has taken a beating by reporters and blogge
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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is dismissing everyone that is criticizing him.
You would too if you just worked out a new deal for $108 million.Romo spoke and let it fly.
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