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 …
There's quite the quarterback controversy brewing in the Lone Star State. With veteran Tony Romo out with a broken back, Dak Prescott is putting together an awfully impressive rookie season. He has the Cowboys sitting pretty at 3-1. He has …
The 37 year-old will retire from pro football after 14 seasons and join CBS‘ announcing team, replacing longtime lead analyst Phil Simms. Romo will work alongside play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz, putting him in line to work with Nantz …
“[Romo ... Tony Romo ended today with his decision to retire fromthe NFL after 14 season and join CBS’ announcing …
After Tony Romo’s stirring and heartfelt press conference, where he graciously accepted that Dak Prescott earned the starting quarterback job in Dallas and pledged his support to help Prescott in any way he could, many in the sports …
Though not too many people are going to pity a multi-millionaire quarterback, football fans have felt for Tony Romo through the Cowboys’ magical season. Finally equipped with all the weapons needed for a deep playoff run, Romo’s body …
Tony Romo's record as the Dallas Cowboys' starting quarterback is 78-49. A winning percentage of .614. That's a 10-6 pace over 16 games. Didn't know Romo was that good, did you? Brett Favre's career winning percentage was .624. Dan …
Tony Romo, who has been the starting quarterback for years for the Dallas Cowboys, is set to retire from the NFL. The 36-year-old quarterback had a slew of injuries over the last several years, and was replaced by Dak Prescott last year, who …
Portions of this originally appeared in a post entitled “Tony Romo’s Career Day and the Merchant of Venice” on October 7th, 2013, in the aftermath of Dallas’ 51-48 loss to the Denver Broncos. Antonio Ramiro Romo, known to you and me …