The Dallas quarterback has used phrases such as “exhausting my brain” while the Cowboys have lived on the edge of the playoff chase.
Tony Romo threw for three touchdowns to pass Troy Aikman for Dallas’ franchise record, and the Cowboys beat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-33 on Sunday night.
As the Sunday sun was setting on Cowboys Stadium, two old Dallas quarterbacks compared notes on the deeper meaning of the home team’s 16-10 win over Tampa Bay.
The spoils of playing quarterback for the Cowboys are plentiful. Tony Romo will tell you it’s an honor to be mentioned in the same sentence with legends such as Staubach and Aikman.
School districts strapped for cash are finding creative ways to fight childhood obesity.
With no agreement with its locked-out referees union in sight, the NFL is planning to use replacements for at least the first week of the season.
It’s my 8th annual 50 Most Powerful People in Dallas-Fort Worth Sports and, I’ll be honest, this was probably the toughest year to find a clear-cut winner.
After 47 years of living selfish, spoiled and stingy, I finally give myself the birthday present of sharing
Josh Hamilton’s four homers in Tuesday night’s 10-3 win by the Rangers in Baltimore was the greatest show of power in franchise history. But that’s it. Let’s not get carried away.
While hocking chicken wings at an appearance in south Texas, former Dallas Cowboys QB Troy Aikman actually said he thinks current Cowboys gunslinger Tony Romo is better then he was.
It’s kind of sad to see that famed golf instructor Hank Haney has written a book on his years with Tiger Woods. Should anyone really profit from a working relationship with your employer?
Single no more: Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is officially a married man. Romo, 31, wed former pageant queen and former CW 33 sports reporter Candice Crawford in an elegant ceremony in Dallas’ Lee Park.