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Social Media Raves About Tony Romo’s Broadcasting Debut (TWEETS + VIDEO)

Tony Romo had somewhat of a successful 14-year NFL career with the Dallas Cowboys, which is pretty good for a guy who went undrafted out of college. After the constant rumors of him possibly signing with the Houston Texans during the offseason, he finally made his decision and signed on with CBS Sports. And he made his […]
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