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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will end his football career and join the world of broadcasting. Romo has received interest from CBS, FOX and NBC, and can choose to be a color commentator where he wants, a move that could come as early as Tuesday.
Earlier this week Cowboys owner Jerry Jones gave the NFL permission to come workout Romo essentially ending his time in Dallas. Romo for a few years has been battling injuries. This past year he lost his starting job to rookie Dak Prescott.
Romo originally went undrafted in 2003, he’s a four time pro bowler and ends his career with over 248 TD thrown 34,183 yards thrown and a 97.1 passer rating.