Last week, owner and general manager Jerry Jones told reporters that--fresh off signing his six-year, $108 million extension--Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo would be more involved in the offense moving forward, and expected to spend more time at Valley Ranch. From what we’re hearing, this new level of commitment is already being seen out of the Dallas signal caller.
According to Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas, Romo will not play in the Azalea Invitational in Charleston, South Carolina or the Adams Golf Pro/Scratch--the latter of which he has won before. Romo will not attempt to qualify for the HP Byron Nelson either, which is usually on his offseason golf schedule.
Romo’s deal is unprecedented for the Cowboys, with $55 million of the $108 million guaranteed.
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