Romo Told Bill Simmons He Has, At Least, Four Years Left

Tony Romo will turn 36 in a couple of months

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A recent episode of The Bill Simmons Podcast seems to have provided an inside look at Tony Romo’s feelings about how much more football he has left in him, and it’s not a whole lot different than what the former All-Pro has said himself publicly.

Specifically, he believes he has at least four years left.

Simmons and Uncle Sal were discussing a Saturday night they spent with Romo is Los Angeles when that discussion turned into one about Romo’s future.

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I look forward to the bidding war for Romo (for a post-playing career TV job), because there is a 100 percent chance—I don't know though. If I were him I don't know whether I'd want to do games or studio. I think I would want to do games,” Simmons said, per the Dallas Morning News.

Uncle Sal then interjected, “What are we talking about? He has four years left. He's going to win a Super Bowl. Don't worry about this.”

Which Simmons confirmed, “He said that. He said he has at least four.”

Romo will turn 36 in April.

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