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According to Mike Fisher of 105.3 The Fan, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett told him that they’re thinking about keeping quarterback Tony Romo out of the Hall of Fame game, which is a week from this Sunday.
Exclusive: #Cowboys 'seriously considering' no Romo playing in Hall of Fame Game, Jason Garrett tells me & @rjchoppy @1035thefan
— mike fisher (@fishsports) July 27, 2013
What people may not realize is that the teams who play in the Hall of Fame game end up with five total preseason games instead of the standard four. I can see why they wouldn’t want Romo to play. Starters only typically play one series in the HoF game anyway.
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