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Blogging The Boys May 18, 2019
Jason Witten believes this current Cowboys team has the most talent he’s seen, but is he right?

Jason Witten believes this current Cowboys team has the most talent he’s seen, but is he right?

The secret is in the dirt, but the talent is in the roster. Last year, Jason Witten surprised everyone when he announced his retirement. It marked the end of days for all four of the Cowboys 2014 offensive stars: Witten, Tony Romo, Dez Bryant, and DeMarco Murray. Just like that, they were gone. But alas, one has returned. There are number of reasons for Witten to return to the Cowboys. He loves to compete and being out of the game was a difficult thing for him, especially with him having a front row seat to the action week in and week out. And speaking of his broadcast...
SportsDay May 16, 2019
Cowboys have found success with undrafted free agents. This year's group hopes to build on recent history

Cowboys have found success with undrafted free agents. This year's group hopes to build on recent history

Tony Romo is usually the first name mentioned when discussing Dallas Cowboys undrafted rookie free agent success stories.NFL teams continue to swing and miss on future franchise quarterbacks in the first round. For a decade the Cowboys had theirs because of what the team has called the "eighth round."Although Dallas hasn't landed a player in undrafted rookie free agency comparable to Romo since 2003, it continues to be among the league's best teams in that department. Since Jason Garrett joined the coaching staff in 2007, the Cowboys have signed eventual NFL starters Danny Amendola, Barry...
ClutchPoints May 14, 2019
Cowboys legend Tony Romo fails to qualify for US Open

Cowboys legend Tony Romo fails to qualify for US Open

The US Open is a little less than a month away, and former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo won’t be playing in it. The US Open doesn’t give sponsor exemptions to players trying to get into the event, so Romo had to try and earn his way in. On Monday, Romo shot a 3-over 74 […] The post Cowboys legend Tony Romo fails to qualify for US Open appeared first on ClutchPoints.
SportsDay May 13, 2019
Behind the scenes look at Trysten Hill, Jon Kitna opens up about new role, and more -- Your Cowboys Catch-Up

Behind the scenes look at Trysten Hill, Jon Kitna opens up about new role, and more -- Your Cowboys Catch-Up

May 13Here's everything you need to know to stay up to date with all things Dallas Cowboys.Today's top stories-- Cowboys QB coach Jon Kitna draws from wealth of playing experience in new role-- Once in UCF's 'dog house,' here's why the Cowboys are confident second-round pick Trysten Hill will emerge as a 'beast'-- So, is Cowboys rookie Trysten Hill a 3-technique or under tackle and what is the difference?-- Tony Romo plays well, but misses AT&T Byron Nelson cut-- Cowboys RB Mike Weber leaves Saturday practice with knee injury, expected to get an MRI-- RB coach Gary Brown: Rookie Tony Pollard...
Blogging The Boys May 12, 2019
Dak Prescott’s résumé compares quite favorably to Tony Romo’s when he got his last big contract

Dak Prescott’s résumé compares quite favorably to Tony Romo’s when he got his last big contract

As we wait for Dak Prescott’s new contract to be finalized, we see how he compared to his predecessor. On Saturday morning the great Bob Sturm launched a stat about Dak Prescott’s redzone rushing ability into the stratosphere and I couldn’t stop thinking about it. What Dak can do on the ground is quite obvious, he has 18 rushing touchdowns over three years for crying out loud. It’s one of the many tools in his belt, a belt that many people believe is legitimate enough to warrant a big payday for the young signal-caller. We’ve spent a lot of time talking about Dak Prescott’s...
NFL Spin Zone May 11, 2019

Will the New Orleans Saints decide to re-sign Dez Bryant?

After a season-ending injury, the New Orleans Saints never got a chance to see Dez Bryant in action. Where they are now, will they re-sign the wideout? Dez Bryant was an integral part of the Dallas Cowboys offense for several years — or at least for the years when he played with Tony Romo. Once […] Will the New Orleans Saints decide to re-sign Dez Bryant? - NFL Spin Zone - NFL Spin Zone - NFL news, rumors, analysis, opinions, stats, mock drafts, scores, and GIFs.
SportsDay May 10, 2019
AT&T Byron Nelson notes: Tony Romo misses cut; Jordan Spieth shoots 67 in difficult course conditions

AT&T Byron Nelson notes: Tony Romo misses cut; Jordan Spieth shoots 67 in difficult course conditions

Romo goes home: With a projected cut of -2, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo's hopes of a weekend appearance at Trinity Forest were were dashed Friday after finishing his second round at 8-over for the tournament.For a second straight day, Romo faltered on the second-nine after shooting even on the front. Friday's troubles included a back-nine stretch in which he went five over in a span of five holes before carding a birdie on the par-5 seventh.Nonetheless, the opportunity to play with some of the world's best trumped any number on the scorecard for Romo."I want to thank AT&T and...
SportsDay May 10, 2019
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett recalls Dak Prescott's rookie minicamp, asking QB: 'What are you doing?'

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett recalls Dak Prescott's rookie minicamp, asking QB: 'What are you doing?'

FRISCO -- Dak Prescott sat in front of his locker Friday at The Star, recovering from a workout. Some of the newly arrived Cowboys rookies were in the room, meeting with reporters after their first on-field workouts as part of the orientation that continues through Sunday. Much has happened, of course, in the last three seasons since Prescott arrived for his own rookie minicamp. He turned up as a fourth-round draft pick who was expected to back up quarterback Tony Romo, but became the surprise face of the franchise only months later. He didn't even have his own locker at Valley Ranch, the...
SportsDay May 9, 2019
Tony Romo showed he's no PGA Tour golfer, but his first-round AT&T Byron Nelson outing carried more significance

Tony Romo showed he's no PGA Tour golfer, but his first-round AT&T Byron Nelson outing carried more significance

Tony Romo punched the cool, blustery air with his right fist, triumphantly, like during his not-so-long-ago football days, after he threw a decisive touchdown pass for the Cowboys.This, however, is the PGA Tour. While Romo's seventh-hole chip-in for eagle vaulted him to 2-under, he hadn't even reached golf's equivalent of halftime of his Thursday opening round of the AT&T Byron Nelson.As the afternoon wind surged, Romo's already errant driving worsened, leaving the rest of his game all the more vulnerable. He shot 7-over-par on the final 10 holes, including a pair of double-bogeys, to finish...
SportsDay May 9, 2019
Yessir! Ex-Cowboys QB Tony Romo cards Eagle during first round of AT&T Byron Nelson

Yessir! Ex-Cowboys QB Tony Romo cards Eagle during first round of AT&T Byron Nelson

When it comes to former NFL stars playing in PGA Tour events, Tony Romo's first round at the AT&T Byron Nelson has been better than most. Far better than most. The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback, who received a sponsor exemption to play in the tournament at Trinity Forest Golf Club, showed off his skills Thursday with a chip-in eagle on the par-5 seventh hole. That's right. An eagle from Tony Romo in a professional golf tournament. And considering the shot brought Romo to 2-under-par on the round at the time, ahead of many tour professionals in the event, every bit of it warranted a...
Blogging The Boys May 9, 2019
How Tony Romo’s former backups may help Dak Prescott become one of the highest paid players in the NFL

How Tony Romo’s former backups may help Dak Prescott become one of the highest paid players in the NFL

From backing up Romo to coaching up Prescott, these new hires could play a big role for Dallas in 2019. For the better part of ten years, the fate of the Dallas Cowboys rested square on the shoulders of playmaking quarterback Tony Romo. But all that changed in 2016 when a couple fluke injuries forever changed the face of this franchise. Entering that season, the Cowboys depth chart at the quarterback position was as follows: (1) Tony Romo (2) Kellen Moore (3) Dak Prescott But before the season begun, QB’s #1 and #2 had succumb to injury and the team turned the reins over to the rookie...
The Denver Post May 9, 2019
People are betting on Tony Romo to win a PGA Tour event. Why?

People are betting on Tony Romo to win a PGA Tour event. Why?

Let's get this out of the way: Tony Romo is a very good golfer. Only 1.6% of all male golfers in this country have a handicap index better than zero, according to the USGA, and the former Cowboys quarterback and current CBS analyst is one of them. According to an ESPN story published this week, he's on the range every day "trying to unlock the secrets to the game he loves." He has not one but two swing coaches.
SportsDay May 8, 2019
Why PGA Tour pros are embracing Tony Romo's exemption to play in AT&T Byron Nelson

Why PGA Tour pros are embracing Tony Romo's exemption to play in AT&T Byron Nelson

Sponsor's exemptions are among the most difficult decisions for PGA Tour tournament directors. For the handful of unexempt players who get a spot in the field, the exemption is huge. Who gets in? Who gets left out?Tony Romo's inclusion to the AT&T Byron Nelson field has been well-received, at least publicly, by established players. The former Cowboys quarterback and current NFL TV analyst will tee off at 1:40 Thursday with former Texas Longhorns Scottie Scheffler and Dylan Frittelli.In Romo's case, his exemption did not affect the number of exemptions given to Tour members who did not qualify...
SportsDay May 8, 2019
The player receiving the most bets to win the AT&T Byron Nelson? Not Brooks Koepka or Jordan Spieth: It's Tony Romo

The player receiving the most bets to win the AT&T Byron Nelson? Not Brooks Koepka or Jordan Spieth: It's Tony Romo

The most popular golfer for patrons attending this week's AT&T Byron Nelson at Trinity Forest Golf Club probably won't be much of a surprise. Former Cowboys QB and current CBS football analyst Tony Romo will be making his Nelson debut as a sponsor's exemption and is a near certainty to draw the biggest crowd Thursday and Friday -- and if Romo is lucky, Saturday and Sunday, too.But Romo's popularity appears to have spread to Las Vegas, too. According to a report by ESPN's David Purdum, more bets at the Superbook at Westgate Las Vegas have been placed on Romo than anyone else.Now, don't get too...
ClutchPoints May 7, 2019
Former Cowboys QB Tony Romo is serious about competing at a high level in his golf career

Former Cowboys QB Tony Romo is serious about competing at a high level in his golf career

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has become a superstar once again while seemlessly making the transition to the broadcasting booth. Now, it appears as though Romo is looking to make yet another transition, this time to high-level golf. Even though his career as a commentator is booming, Romo is apparently serious about competing at […] The post Former Cowboys QB Tony Romo is serious about competing at a high level in his golf career appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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