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IRVING, Texas Tony Romo said Tuesday that he thinks the offensive backgrounds of Bill Callahan and Jason Garrett will "blend together nicely" for the Dallas Cowboys.
It was revealed last week that Callahan has replaced Garrett as the team's offensive play-caller, a change that Romo said won't be significant from a quarterback's perspective.
"This is Jason's system and it's been Jason's system since he's been here," Romo said while sitting at his locker following Tuesday's mini camp at Valley Ranch. "It's going to stay that way. It's just a collective group effort."
Part of that "group effort" in game-planning will include involvement from Romo, the guy Jerry Jones said is facing a "significant change in how much he's involved during the week."
Romo didn't use the words "significant change" when talking about how much input he'll have on the offense. Instead, he chose ...
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Tony Romo told reporters that Cowboys players don't put much stock in what they write, saying, "Not trying to be rude, but you guys just don’t matter."
IRVING, Texas It doesn't appear like Tony Romo will be losing any sleep if he doesn't make the NFL Network's Top 100 players list.
When the Dallas Cowboys quarterback was asked about the poll on Tuesday, he questioned the validity of the ranking that is determined by NFL players.
Romo, who was ranked No. 91 on the list last year and No. 72 in 2011, says he hasn'...
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IRVING, Texas Before Jason Garrett could finally confirm that he's indeed relinquished the playcalling duties to Bill Callahan, Cowboys ownergeneral manager Jerry Jones needed to make an announcement of his own. Imagine that.
While Garrett waited in a hallway talking to an old friend, Jerry was announcing a new partnership with Nationwide Insurance. And moments later, All-Pro...
IRVING, Texas With Tony Romo sidelined while he recovers from off-season back surgery to remove a cyst, Kyle Orton has been getting all of the first team reps under center for the Dallas Cowboys.
Getting in time throwing to starters like Jason Witten, Dez Bryant and Miles Austin is something that Orton admitted will help him if he's needed during the regular season.
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo won’t participate in this week’s minicamp after undergoing back surgery this offseason.
Tony Romo won't participate in Cowboys mini-camp for precautionary reasons. Jerry Jones called involvement unlikely last week.
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) June 10, 2013
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After last week's bewildering non-admission, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett finally acknowledged Tuesday that offensive coordinator Bill Callahan will call plays this season.
A week ago, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, in his usual roundabout way, told reporters that Callahan had taken over play-calling duties from Garrett. But when quizzed later during his own media session, Garrett...
According to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett has finally acknowledged that he’s no longer the offensive play-caller.
Garrett now acknowledges that Callahan will call plays. Finally
— Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) June 11, 2013
The good news for Garrett is that there’s no way Bill Callahan will be a better play-caller. Maybe...
Jason Garrett has finally acknowledged that he won't call plays
for the Dallas Cowboys next season.