Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said he doesn't feel any extra urgency coming off a disastrous 4-12 season.
Romo was asked if he is approaching the 2016 season with a sense of urgency after a 2015 season where he only played in four games due to injuries.
"Every year, you walk in you feel like it's the most important season you are going to play," he told the media in Oxnard, California. "Feels that way again this year. That's why you do everything you can to be your best."
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In 2015, Romo threw five touchdown passes against seven interceptions. He threw 65 touchdowns against 19 interceptions during the previous two seasons.