Colin Kaepernick — arguably in inexplicable fashion — remains curiously unemployed despite a pedigree that far exceeds less heralded quarterbacks who found NFL jobs this offseason.
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.
Dak Prescott burst on to the scene as a rookie quarterback and his success left the Dallas Cowboys no choice but to tab him as the team’s starting quarterback, even as Tony Romo returned to hea
Dak Prescott says he and Tony Romo exchanged text messages shortly after the latter announced his retirement earlier this week.
Tony Romo said on Tuesday he is ” about 99 percent” sure he’s done playing football after taking the job as lead NFL game analyst with CBS.
Tony Romo made his Instagram debut last week with a video featuring adorable sons Hawkins and Rivers tossing around the old pigskin.
Tony Romo may have quite a few things going on in his life at the moment — to put it mildly — but the veteran quarterback nevertheless made time Wednesday to make his debut on Instagram.
Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones indicated Tuesday there are no “definitive plans” to meet with Tony Romo’s representatives this week at the NFL Scouting Combin
Tony Romo’s NFL future may be hanging in the balance this offseason, but that doesn’t mean the quarterback has lost his sense of humor.
Tony Romo’s wife has not only confirmed that the couple is expecting their third child, she also mentioned possible career options for her husband once his football career is finished.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo’s wife Candice on Tuesday announced on Dallas radio that the couple are expecting their third child.
The Dallas Cowboys organization stands at a crossroads of sorts with the unceremonious end to the Tony Romo Era and the ushering in of the Age of Dak Prescott.
Troy Aikman believes one way or another, Tony Romo will be on another NFL team next season.
Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones refused to shut the door on the Tony Romo Era in comments made Tuesday.
Jerry Jones continued his effusive praise of Tony Romo, saying the benched quarterback took “everybody” in the Dallas Cowboys organization “off the hook” with his sincere stat