Tony Romo won’t be making his broadcasting debut tonight on CBS after all, given that his wife just gave birth to a new baby. For those looking forward to hearing former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo make his broadcasting …
When researching the Dallas Cowboys for my column in the Thursday Oklahoman, I was surprised at how well the Cowboys have done in the last 12 years. Dallas’ consistency is surpassed in the NFC only by Green Bay and Carolina, …
While I was sitting around the other day at Signature Cigars in Rockville — one of the places I go to get the pulse of the people — several brothers of the leaf talked about the news that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was retiring …
Tony Romo is trading in his #9 jersey for a spot in the broadcast booth. The Cowboys quarterback is retiring to join CBS Sports as its lead NFL analyst for the upcoming season. The length of the deal is unclear, but Romo will replace Phil …
DALLAS — Tony Romo is retiring rather than trying to chase a Super Bowl with another team after losing his starting job with the Dallas Cowboys, a person with knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press on Tuesday. The all-time …
PREVIOUSLY, 9:15 AM: Will he or won’t he? He will — retire, that is. The months-long speculation about veteran Dallas …
Tony Romo and his wife, Candice Romo, might have another footballer on their hands! The Dallas Cowboys quarterback and his wife are expecting their third child. Candice announced the exciting news Tuesday morning on KTCK 96.7 FM …
Tony Romo and Jay Cutler could still easily be starting quarterbacks in the NFL. So why did they retire to do color commentary? Jay Cutler and Tony Romo could have been started for a number of NFL teams but decided to retire and …
Amid all the talk about where Tony Romo will end up is the possibility he might just retire. Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports With NFL free agency well underway and Tony Romo still under contract with the Dallas Cowboys, there is one …
Tony Romo says he is healthier than he was in 2014 the last time he played a full NFL season. Tony Romo says the competitive fire that burns inside athletes, the one that kept Brett Favre returning to the game he loves, always will burn …
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