This season will be Tony Romo’s tenth as the Cowboys starting quarterback.
The former free agent turned Pro Bowler signal caller reflected on the leadership lessons he has acquired, “I’ve learned a lot of things,” Romo said in Oxnard, California, “The big one is just connect with your teammates…on and off the field. It’s tougher as you get older. You gotta bridge that gap.”
Romo is 36 and rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott just turned 21 years old so he will have some bridging to do with the young class of Cowboys rookies.