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TONY ROMO RUMORS & GOSSIP

Romo told Witten to keep focused on team after QB switch

Even as his Dallas Cowboys career hung in the balance, Tony Romo was taking a team-first mentality.Longtime Cowboys tight end Jason Witten, Romo’s best friend and favorite target, was particularly impacted by Dak Prescott’s ascension to the top of the depth chart — but it was Romo, he said, who helped keep him focused on the team.“Tony was the first one to say it to me: ‘Don’t...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: CBS 'even higher' on Tony Romo than ever

Tony Romo has made quite an impression on the folks at CBS since he made his decision to mostly retire from football and enter the broadcast booth.Bob Raissman of New York Daily News reports the network is aiming to have Romo in the booth with Jim Nantz not only on Sundays for their top games but also in their five Thursday night games. CBS had a chance to open the door for another...
Via Sportsnaut
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Most teams believe Tony Romo will play again

As Tony Romo begins his second career as a broadcaster, it sure looks like the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback’s NFL career is not yet over.According to Bleacher Report’s Mike Freeman, most NFL teams believe that Romo will return to the gridiron sooner rather than later.“Most teams still believe Romo will be back to play again and it will happen sooner than later,” Freeman...
Via Sportsnaut
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys have not given away Romo’s locker, jersey number

If Tony Romo ever returns to the Dallas Cowboys for some reason, his old locker and jersey number will be waiting for him.According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, the Cowboys have yet to assign Romo’s No. 9 jersey to anyone and his old locker inside AT&T Stadium remains vacant. While the team has not said if any of that is a coincidence, Archer notes that no one wears No. 12 because...
Via Larry Brown Sports
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys haven’t given away Tony Romo’s locker or number

It seems Tony Romo still owns some real estate within the Dallas Cowboys. While it’s not too unusual for a team to keep honoring a player after he’s gone, the Cowboys are doing nothing short of fueling Romo’s comeback talk by not at least giving his locker space to somebody else. ESPN’s Todd Archer dropped the interesting nugget recently: Nobody is wearing No. 9 on the current...
Via The Sports Daily
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys QB coach won't rule out Romo return

Even though Tony Romo has signed a deal with CBS to join the network’s top NFL broadcasting team, there are plenty of fans and football executives who believe the quarterback will return to the playing field at some point. Wade Wilson, the quarterbacks coach for the Dallas Cowboys, is doing nothing to throw cold water on that speculation.In an interview with Matt Galatzan of Scout...
Via Larry Brown Sports
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys leaving locker room door open for Romo?

The Dallas Cowboys are all aboard the Dak Prescott express, but could they also be leaving the locker room door open for a Tony Romo return?That’s sure what it looks like. While it’s certainly a tongue-in-cheek suggestion by Jon Machota that the Cowboys are leaving the door open, it’s not entirely baseless, either. Additionally, Romo himself hasn’t completely shut the door...
Via Sportsnaut
May 14, 2017  |  Discuss

Jones says Cowboys have ‘no succinct plans’ to honor Romo

The Dallas Cowboys are eventually going to honor Tony Romo for the career he had with the team, but don’t be surprised if that doesn’t happen until a few years down the road.With the Cowboys having recently signed DeMarcus Ware to a contract so he could ceremoniously retire as a member of the team, Jerry Jones was asked this week if he is planning anything similar for Romo. The...
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 11, 2017  |  Discuss

Tony Romo: 'I'll probably stink for a while’ in broadcast booth

Tony Romo is making the transition from football player to football analyst after retiring from the NFL to join CBS Sports as an in-game analyst. And the 37-year-old broadcasting neophyte understands it will take some time to adjust to his new career.Romo, speaking at a U.S. Open qualifying event in Texas — where he failed to advance — used the game of golf to address how joining...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
May 09, 2017  |  Discuss

Tony Romo fails to qualify for 2017 US Open sectional

Tony Romo’s dream of playing in a U.S. Open will have to wait at least one more year. He failed to advance out of the local qualifier being held Split Rail Links & Golf Club in Aledo, Texas on Monday, shooting a three-over par round of 75. Romo’s round was not devoid of good moments. The big highlight came on the par-five 14th hole. The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback stuck...
Via Sportsnaut
May 08, 2017  |  Discuss
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