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Tony Romo tried to prepare for his new TV job by playing 'Madden,' but he was too obsessed with beating his opponents

On Sunday, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo made his much-anticipated debut in the TV booth as a color commentator for CBS. Everyone is raving about Tony Romo's enthusiastic broadcast debut for CBS Cole Beasley converts on third down with ridiculous one-handed, behind-the-back catch JJ Watt suffered a gruesome finger injury and nonchalantly described it as 'nothing bad, just tape it up' Read more.
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