Tony Romo, his wife Candice Crawford, and their baby son Hawkins all appeared together for an adorable video message that was played during the Dallas Cowboys’ Thanksgiving Day game against the Oakland Raiders on Thursday. Romo
Ayo & Teo saw Tony Romo bust out their signature "Rollie" dance move with Teyana Taylor... and good news -- THEY DIDN'T HATE IT! The rap duo created the move for their song, "Rolex" -- and it blew up -- with huge stars like Cam …
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Tony Romo has found instant success in his second career as a color commentator for NFL games on CBS. Everyone seems to love the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback in his new gig. He provides lots of great insight and has an …
Tony Romo during his last season on the Dallas Cowboys. Ronald Martinez/Getty Images Being an NFL color analyst is like practicing wildlife dentistry, in that it’s nearly impossible to win over your audience. That’s what makes Tony Romo
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FOR MORE OF AL.COM'S COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE OF THE NFL ... 20 TD passes and two interceptions were thrown in road games by Tony Romo during the 2014 season as Dallas swept its eight away games. Romo had a …
Former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo made his broadcasting debut for CBS alongside play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz on Sunday. And while Chicago viewers didn’t get to hear Romo's call of the Raiders’ 26-16 victory over the …
Yes. But it’s 2017, and we don’t have time to wait for all that to play out. Which is why people are already speculating …
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Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, who made four Pro Bowls in his 12-year playing career, is already getting accolades for his post-retirement endeavor of broadcasting. Just eight months into Romo’s career as a media …
The Dallas Cowboys had another mediocre season, losing to the Washington Redskins on Sunday night with a playoff berth on the line. Former Cowboys Deion Sanders and Michael Irvin, now analysts for the NFL Network, had some …
There’s a narrative to celebrity culture we’re all guilty of that probably shows up far more in pro sports than anywhere else: “What’s he like? Is he a nice guy?” When you think about it, it’s flimsy, subjective, and usually based on third-hand ...