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Jason Witten: Bill Parcells is getting soft in his old age

Jason Witten thinks his former coach Bill Parcells is getting softer as he ages.In an interview with the New York Daily News in April following news of Tony Romo’s retirement, Parcells said he was happy that his former quarterback with the Dallas Cowboys retired.Parcells, who drafted Witten in 2003, also said, “I wish Jason Witten had retired.”Witten is now 35 and will be playing...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Dallas Cowboy Dak Prescott Looks to Avoid Sophomore Slump

Dak Prescott had an astonishing rookie season. The fourth round draft pick replaced the injured Tony Romo and led the Cowboys to become one of the top ranked offenses in the NFL and the NFC’s top seed in the playoffs. Will Prescott be able to repeat that success in 2017 or will he fall victim to a sophomore slump? In 2016, Prescott threw 3,667 yards, 23 touchdowns, and only four...
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Tony Romo will join a CBS golf broadcast, producer calls him “the next John Madden”

With Tony Romo leaving the Dallas Cowboys to head to CBS as their new A-team NFL color commentator, there’s been a fair bit of discussion about if he might have a role on the network’s golf coverage as well. Romo is an avid golfer (he entered the U.S. Open qualifiers this year), and he’s long expressed an interest in covering the sport. Now, it seems he’ll be featured on...
Via Awful Announcing
3 days ago  |  Discuss

CBS producer calls Tony Romo the next John Madden

How high are the expectations for Tony Romo as he begins his new career as a sports broadcaster? For at least one CBS producer, John Madden is the comparison that comes to mind.While speaking at the Ben Hogan award ceremony Monday night, CBS Sports producer Lance Barrow had incredibly high praise for Romo, who has not yet made his first official on-air appearance with the network...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Cris Collinsworth offers advice to Tony Romo, Jay Cutler

There’s been plenty of discussion out there of the trials Tony Romo and Jay Cutler will face in jumping straight from playing to high-level game analyst jobs, with Boomer Esiason calling it “a trial by fire” and Romo himself admitting “I know I’ll probably stink for a while.” Someone who knows what they’re in for is NBC and Showtime analyst Cris Collinsworth, who had...
Via Awful Announcing
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys leaving locker room door open for Romo?

The Dallas Cowboys are all aboard the Dak Prescott express, but could they also be leaving the locker room door open for a Tony Romo return?That’s sure what it looks like. While it’s certainly a tongue-in-cheek suggestion by Jon Machota that the Cowboys are leaving the door open, it’s not entirely baseless, either. Additionally, Romo himself hasn’t completely shut the door...
Via Sportsnaut
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Jones says Cowboys have ‘no succinct plans’ to honor Romo

The Dallas Cowboys are eventually going to honor Tony Romo for the career he had with the team, but don’t be surprised if that doesn’t happen until a few years down the road.With the Cowboys having recently signed DeMarcus Ware to a contract so he could ceremoniously retire as a member of the team, Jerry Jones was asked this week if he is planning anything similar for Romo. The...
Via Larry Brown Sports
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Tony Romo: 'I'll probably stink for a while’ in broadcast booth

Tony Romo is making the transition from football player to football analyst after retiring from the NFL to join CBS Sports as an in-game analyst. And the 37-year-old broadcasting neophyte understands it will take some time to adjust to his new career.Romo, speaking at a U.S. Open qualifying event in Texas — where he failed to advance — used the game of golf to address how joining...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Tony Romo fails to qualify for 2017 US Open sectional

Tony Romo’s dream of playing in a U.S. Open will have to wait at least one more year. He failed to advance out of the local qualifier being held Split Rail Links & Golf Club in Aledo, Texas on Monday, shooting a three-over par round of 75. Romo’s round was not devoid of good moments. The big highlight came on the par-five 14th hole. The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback stuck...
Via Sportsnaut
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys fan made an awesome Tony Romo cake

Every mother who carefully crafts a cake for her special boy or girl that represents something or someone they love deserves some respect. That said, some efforts are more realistic than others. This brings us to a certain Dallas Cowboys and Tony Romo fan whose mom baked him a Tony Romo cake that had us in stitches. It looks just like him, right!?!?!Also, we love that quote, “Romo...
Via Sportsnaut
19 days ago  |  Discuss

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