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Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo showed up to training camp a pound over his playing weight He’s currently at 236 pounds.
Romo weight talk. This is new. Garrett says Romo is a pound over playing weight of 235.
— Carlos A. Mendez (@calexmendez) July 21, 2013
What’s really funny is that Romo weighs more than some of the Cowboys’ linebackers.
Tony Romo weighs more than Sean Lee and a few other Cowboys linebackers.
— Tim MacMahon (@espn_macmahon) July 21, 2013
I’m sure having back surgery didn’t help. Romo will lose the weight soon enough I’m sure.
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Earlier today there was a lot made about Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo being listed 236 pounds, his heaviest since entering the league back in 2003.
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