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Thanks to Dak, Jerry More Comfortable Without Romo Than He Ever Expected

OXNARD, Calif. – The Tony Romo era ended back in March but Sunday marked the first training camp in 14 seasons without Romo on this team.
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Tony Romo documentary film now in the works

Tony Romo may no longer be a signal-caller in the NFL, but pretty soon we’ll be able to watch a film that recants his time in the league. It seems like everyone is having a documentary film made about them nowadays, and now Romo will be joining them. “Now or Never” is currently in the works, and the film will take a look back at Romo’s career — specifically how it made...
Via The Sports Daily
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The 'Pay that man his money' quiz

Following the wake of all of the recent salary talk in both the NBA and MLB, NFL players were not to be outdone. The deadline to place the franchise tag on players has come and gone, leaving only three — Kirk Cousins, Le’Veon Bell and Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson — without long-term extensions. While Cousins has the support of many of his teammates and reportedly has no...
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Tony Romo thinks Ezekiel Elliott will ‘be fine’

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is backing running back Ezekiel Elliott to get himself straightened out.The second-year running back has been embroiled in legal trouble, but Romo, speaking to 105.3 The Fan’s Ben and Skin, chalked Elliott’s issues up to making bad choices at a young age, and he firmly believes Elliott will figure things out eventually. Elliott received...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Tony Romo says he is ‘99.9 percent done’ with NFL

Tony Romo won’t completely close the door on his NFL career.The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback told 105.3 The Fan’s Ben and Skin Show that he is “99.9 percent done” playing in the NFL. Romo retired during the offseason and took up a position on CBS’s lead NFL broadcast team.Romo has said before he’s done. This isn’t a total repudiation of this, but he’s going to...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Tony Romo documentary entitled 'Now or Never' being produced

We all know the story of Tony Romo the football player. How he rose up from relative obscurity as an undrafted free agent out of Eastern Illinois to become one of the most famous people in all of sports as the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys.But how many of us know the story of Romo the person?Well, if you, like us, are a bit in the dark about that, have no fear. There’s a documentary...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Stephen Curry hits Tony Romo for perfect alley-oop (VIDEO)

Tony Romo chose to ply his trade on the gridiron, but many believe he was talented enough to have had a successful career as a pro basketball player as well. Remember, Romo once became a member of the Mavericks for a day, joining the team for pregame shootaround and draining a stepback jumper during that time. He showcased those skills at the American Century Championship on Saturday...
Via The Sports Daily
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Tony Romo weighs in on the Colin Kaepernick saga

Colin Kaepernick — arguably in inexplicable fashion — remains curiously unemployed despite a pedigree that far exceeds less heralded quarterbacks who found NFL jobs this offseason.Speculation abounds as to why this has happened to the 29-year-old signal-caller; from Kaepernick being blacklisted for his national anthem protests last season to the argument that his skill set just...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Tony Romo on possible comeback: ‘I’m done’

Anyone still harboring a hope or belief that Tony Romo will eventually return to the NFL now has evidence to suggest otherwise straight from the man himself.Romo, now a CBS broadcaster, told NFL Total Access on Wednesday that he has given no thought to a comeback and is well and truly retired.“Oh yeah, probably a good chance. We’ll see how it plays out. I think you’ll find...
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Tony Romo will golf in 115th Western Amateur

Like many professional athletes, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is good at other sports besides football. The man has a pretty decent golf game as well.At one point, he played enough golf and scored so well that fans became concerned. He wouldn’t skip out on the NFL for the PGA Tour, would he? That would have been insane! But many had a more reasonable fear. Would...
Via Sportsnaut
15 days ago  |  Discuss

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