Found August 15, 2013 on FatManWriting:
When Aaron Rodgers showed off his accuracy with the deep ball early in training camp fans in attendance and on the internet were impressed. Hitting such a deep target is no easy thing--although it would have been interesting to see him do it multiple times...but I digress... Tony Romo and the other Dallas Cowboys quarterbacks were showing off their skills at practice recently by trying to hit the cross bar on the goal post from a distance. Jason Garrett being a former QB even got in on the action! The camera man could have done a better job, but this clip from the Dallas News is still pretty neat nonetheless.

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