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NFL assistant GM has Super Bowl expectations for Tony Romo

The Dallas Cowboys have very high expectations heading into the 2016 regular season with a healthy roster for the moment which includes their quarterback Tony Romo, who has participated in every offseason workout program so far. Romo looks healthy and determined to lead the Cowboys on a Super Bowl run this season, and one NFL assistant general manager has taken notice and believes...
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Dez Bryant says no rookie hazing for Ezekiel Elliott

As Laquon Treadwell showed us earlier this month, rookies are often the subject of hazing by veteran members of the team. It's a rite of passage of sorts. However, in Dallas, it sounds like the fourth overall pick in this year's NFL Draft won't be subjected to such treatment. TMZ's cameras recently caught up with Dez Bryant, who said there will be no hazing or pranks directed at...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL Assistant GM Predicts Super Bowl Run For Tony Romo, Cowboys In 2016

An NFL assistant general manager is a big believer in Tony Romo and the Cowboys this season.  Dallas, coming off a 4-12 season in 2015 that featured injuries to Romo, Dez Bryant and others, is hoping to rebound this fall and get back to what it was doing in 2014 (going 12-4 and winning a playoff game).  This GM believes they’ll do it.  An NFL assistant GM told Bleacher Report’s...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL assistant GM: ‘Tony Romo will be the MVP’

One NFL assistant general manager believes a MVP year is coming for Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, who missed all but four games to injury last season. “I see a vastly improved team,” the executive said, via Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report. “I think this is Romo’s year, finally, where we see him make a Super Bowl run. I know his health is a big concern, but this feels...
Via The Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

The Dallas Cowboys should be excited about what Tony Romo said

There are very high expectations for the Dallas Cowboys this season, and most of those expectations rests with the health of their quarterback Tony Romo. The Cowboys quarterback broke his collarbone twice last season and he was sidelined for 12 games. In his absence the Cowboys went 1-11 and they finished 3-1 with number nine under center. Romo had offseason surgery on his collarbone...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Tony Romo And Dez Bryant Have A Plan To Meet Up Before Training Camp

The Cowboys’ offseason ended today, with the team holding its final day of minicamp. Dallas’ preseason begins in a little more than a month, when it opens training camp in Oxnard, Calif.  Tony Romo and Dez Bryant plan to meet up some time in between the end of the offseason and the beginning of the preseason.  The Cowboys’ star quarterback and wide receiver both dealt with...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Tony Romo cancels fantasy football convention, blames NFL

The National Football League continues to play a game of chicken with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and his annual fantasy football convention that was set to kick off last year in Vegas. Romo cancelled the event a year ago, claiming that the NFL was using “scare tactics” as a way to force the event from the nation’s gambling mecca. Now set to take place in Pasadena...
Via Sportsnaut
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Tony Romo: ‘Last year was an anomaly’

Tony Romo isn’t worried about his surgically repaired collarbone heading into the 2016 season, and he doesn’t think it will be a problem going forward. “I understand where I’m at in my career. I also understand that — I was hurt and banged up last year, but it’s a collarbone,” he said, via the team’s website. “I don’t think my collarbone is going to be anything...
Via Sportsnaut
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys will run the ball to keep Tony Romo healthy

Dallas Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones knows the only way the team will win is if Tony Romo stays healthy for the entire 2016 season. “At the end of the day, it’s all about Tony’s health,” Jones told the XEPRS-AM in San Diego, via SportsDay. “We’ve got to keep him healthy.” So how can the Cowboys achieve this? They plan on running the ball relentlessly to protect...
Via Sportsnaut
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Tony Romo wants to play four or five more seasons

Tony Romo has always been one of the most underappreciated quarterbacks in the NFL when healthy, but it’s the staying healthy part that has been a challenge for him. How much longer can the 36-year-old keep playing if he continues along that path? At least four more seasons, according to him. Earlier this offseason, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he expects Romo to be the team’s...
Via Larry Brown Sports
29 days ago  |  Discuss

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