Tony Romo Archive

Tony Romo Drops Out of U.S. Open. Is Golf A Distraction For Romo?

Well, it is about that time of year where everyone talks about how Tony Romo is unfocused because he's not playing football 24/7 and actually tries his hand at golf.

Dallas Cowboys Offseason Workout Report #1

Dallas hasn’t officially starting the training camp, but voluntary OTAs (Organized Team Activities) are going on, and mini-camp will be coming along. For starters, we have a serious injury to second-string cornerback, Orlando Scandrick, who “shattered” his

LSS Extra Points: Carpenter On The Move, Felix Snags #1 RB Job

Boys Will Be Boys According to Rotoworld, the Rams and Cowboys are reportedly discussing a swap of OT Alex Barron for LB Bobby Carpenter. Both players have been first-round disappointments and are known to be on the

Dez Bryant: Full Report From Mom To Talent

The Dallas Cowboys have selected Dez Bryant as their new first round draft choice. Since being drafted, Bryant has been in the news constantly, and I felt that instead of writing two or three mini-articles about Bryant,

Times Have Changed But the Stars Remain the Same

The entire world has changed since social media took over the internet. It has brought a sense of reality that everyone really is human. I think in the beginning even I got excited to know that I

Why Dallas Will Not Look To Re-sign Terrell Owens

Terrell Owens is now a UFA which means unrestricted free agent. Anyone can pick him up for however much money he and his agent agree to. He is an example of the joys of free agency which

Franchise or Not, Miles Will Stay In Dallas

According to a recent post at Star-Telegram.com the Cowboys will not franchise Miles Austin nor will they sign him to a long term deal. What? “We don’t need to use the franchise tag,” said Stephen Jones. “How

Dear Fellow Dallas Fans; Why Do You Want Romo Gone?

The Dallas Cowboys have been the center of criticism and unwarranted jabs for a long time. That said, I can honestly state that this team is one of the best in the league, especially since it won

Your 2010 Pro Bowl Cowboys

Sadly, the 2009 season ended for the Dallas Cowboys a couple of weeks ago, but this weekend when the Pro Bowl kicks off you might reconsider tuning in. In addition to the six Cowboys elected and Terence

Dallas Loses 34-3, But Did Not Choke

Well, you can’t win them all. As a person and fan, I’ve have to learn to accept that. Sometimes you don’t win the big games. This game the Cowboys lost while it is tragic they did, you

All Good Things Must Come to an End

As we are all aware of, our Cowboys season ended today at the Metrodome in Minnesota. The Cowboys offense could not get anything going today. The offensive line broke down, they lost Flozell Adams early in the

Cowboys Flying High, Eagles Crawl Back To Their Nest

This has been the greatest moment of the new generation Cowboy fans. After constant losing seasons, coaching changes, quarterback changes, and the ten year sentence of watching the Philadelphia Eagles go to playoffs, a place that Dallas