Tony Romo

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Dallas Cowboys quarterback, Tony Romo, is one of the best in the league.  After a successful college career with Eastern Illinois University, Romo attended the 2003 NFL Combine.  Even though he peaked the interests of some scouts, he was not selected in the 2003 NFL draft, so he signed as a free agent with the Dallas Cowboys. Romo Spent most of 2004 and 2005 as the holder for place kicks, however, he experienced one career highlight during a preseason game in 2004 against the Oakland Raiders when, as the third string quarterback, he rushed for the winning touchdown with six seconds left.  Romo then went on to have a strong presence in the 2005 and 2006 preseasons, and eventually took over the first-string quarterback position from veteran Drew Bledsoe in October 2006. As starting quarterback for the Cowboys, Romo was selected for the Pro Bowl in the 2006, 2007, and 2009 seasons.  Those same years, the Cowboys also made it to the playoffs under Romo’s leadership as quarterback. Tony has also broken numerous Dallas Cowboys team records such as most games with at least 300 passing yards and games with three or more touchdown passes, records previously held by Danny White and Troy Aikman.

Sports speaker, Tony Romo, has also been a guest on various occasions on national sports radio programs.  In 2006 and 2007 he was the co-host of a one-hour player commentary show that aired on local talk radio in Dallas called “Inside the Huddle.”  He co-hosted with linebacker Bradie James, and was succeeded in 2008 by wide receiver Terrell Owens. Starting in 2004, Romo has hosted an annual youth football camp during the summer in Burlington, Wisconsin. Tony is also known to participate in several community events in the Dallas area collaborating with organizations such United way, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.