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    • During a week 7 matchup against the Giants, Bledsoe, who had been struggling since the start of the season, was pulled from the game and was replaced by backup Tony Romo.Dallas Cowboys-Wikipedia
    • After a preseason injury to Tony Romo, rookie quarterback Dak Prescott was slated as the starting quarterback, as Romo was expected to be out 6–8 weeks.Dallas Cowboys-Wikipedia
    • The Cowboys came into the game at a disadvantage with starting quarterback Tony Romo out with a season ending back injury which put backup Kyle Orton as the starter.Dallas Cowboys-Wikipedia
    • Although not mentioned before, Tony Romo's No. 9, and Jason Witten's No. 82 has not been reissued either since those players left the franchise.Dallas Cowboys-Wikipedia
    • Tony Romo, CBS' lead color commentator, renewed his contract in a long-term, $17 million per-year deal, the most lucrative contract for a commentator in NFL history.2020 NFL season-Wikipedia
    • That included beating Washington 24–23 on Week 16 thanks to late game heroics of Tony Romo.Dallas Cowboys-Wikipedia

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