Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said that he expects quarterback Tony Romo to be “full go” for the first training camp workout on Thursday. Romo’s been waiting for that signal for weeks.
The 2014 NFL season doesn’t start until September, but it’s always a good time to debate exactly how good Tony Romo is, right?
Like any backup who knows his role, Brandon Weeden happily stepped aside when Tony Romo wanted to take some snaps on the opening day of minicamp for the Cowboys.
The Cowboys opened Tuesday’s three-day minicamp with a familiar, welcome and limited sight. Tony Romo was under center. “You saw that, huh?” Romo said coyly.
Orton missed all the voluntary workouts amid reports that he is contemplating retirement. Dallas coach Jason Garrett has said he expected Orton to show up for the mandatory three-day minicamp that started Tuesday.
Listen here if you’ve ever wondered what’s in Tony Romo’s closet. After doing some cleaning, Tony’s wife came up with an idea to put some extra junk to good use for a good cause.
Babe Laufenberg said that he is worried about the Cowboys quarterback situation, and thinks that Johnny Manziel’s weekend in Las Vegas could be cause for concern.
Pigskin purists like to claim there are two favorite sports in Texas: 1) Football. And 2) Spring football. On Tuesday at Valley Ranch, “favorite sport No. 2″ launches with full-team OTAs for the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys quarterback has attended countless games this offseason. And the common thread? Every team has lost — or at least, that’s the perception.
Tony Romo demonstrated good humor and confidence in a Wednesday visit with “Ben & Skin’’ on 105.3 The Fan. On the show the Dallas Cowboys quarterback joked about “The Romo Curse’’ meme and vowed he’ll be completely healthy within the next month.
Following his off season surgery Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo told 105.3 The Fan’s Ben & Skin show that within the next month he will be back to one hundred percent.
To prevent the “Romo curse” from hurting the Spurs, a fan is petitioning the White House to keep Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo away from San Antonio for the remainder of the NBA Playoffs.