DALLAS, TX – For the first time in his career, Tony Romo will be sporting a hospital gown from a different medical center next season. The Dallas Cowboys, who drafted Romo 14 years ago, will release their veteran Thursday.
According to sources, Romo will take his time choosing a team, visiting with each medicial staff and even visiting the teams’ local hospitals to ensure he finds a good fit.
“Well this is where I’m going to be spending most of my time,” Romo said in his farewell press conference. “Not if, but once I find myself laying on the ground motionless either grabbing my back or pointing to my collarbone next season, I want to know that these guys will have my back.”
Jerry Jones had nothing but kind words for his QB after the news broke, saying “after 13 seasons, it sure will be weird seeing Romo on another teams IR. He’ll settle in quite nicely though, we’re sure of that.