Cowboys have no plans to hold ceremony for Tony Romo

Tony Romo
Rachel Wold
Written by Rachel Wold

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo stepped away from the game to pursue a career as an NFL commentator for CBS. He has yet to officially retire, however.

This is why Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says he has no plans on holding ceremony commemorating Romo as of right now.

Jones was explaining to the press why the Cowboys will recognize former linebacker DeMarcus Ware who has retired as a member of the Cowboys. Romo has not made it official yet.

Is he leaving the door open for a return? Perhaps. One analyst recently said he believes there is better than a 60-70 percent chance Romo returns to play in the league.

It would look silly for the Cowboys to hold a retirement party until Romo actually walks away from the game for good.

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Rachel Wold

Rachel Wold

Rachel is a football lover of both the NFL and Fantasy and creator of When she is not vacationing in Miami or Vegas, she is an NFL writer at Sportsnaut and a fantasy contributor at Rachel's articles are also featured on Yardbarker, MSN and Fox Sports.

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