Found July 25, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
According to,  Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony romo had a chance to talk with Michael Irvin of the NFL Network about the expectations for this coming season after landing a big contract extension this past offseason. “More than anything, you just play this game to win,” Romo said. “You do everything in your power, no matter what happens around you with money or anything really, you’re just going to play and you’re going to give everything you’ve got and exhaust yourself to the maximum. “If you’re doing anything different than that, you’re just selling yourself and your team short. The money aspect of it doesn’t change. We’re trying to do something here, trying to take that next step.” It seems like Romo and the Cowboys have been trying to take the next step for a while now and they keep back tracking.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Tony Romo: “We’re trying to do something here” appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

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