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Tony Romo Facts:
Tony Romo height: 6 feet & 2 inches
Weight: 107 kg (236 pounds)
Age: 34 years (April 21, 1980)

Tony Romo, 34 is a popular American football quarterback, who currently plays for the National Football League’s (NFL) Dallas Cowboys. 21st April, 1980 born this player has a huge athletic build body standing in a towering height of 6 feet & 2 inches.

Tony Romo was born as the 3rd child to his parents Joan & Ramiro Romo in San Diego city, California. During his birth, his father was working for the USN (United States Navy), who relocated his family unit to California from Wisconsin, 4 years back. In July, 1982, the entire family shifted to Burlington, Wisconsin & Tony together with his 2 beautiful elder sisters, Jossalyn 2 & Danielle 4 was raised there. Completing his initial graduation from the Burlington High School in 1998, he later attended the Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois. Looking at this football hottiee’s relationship status, he is presently reported to be in a married relationship. Since November 2007, he was bounded with Jessica Simpson, a renowned actress, with whom his affair got ruined on 9th July, 2009, i.e. just a single night prior to Jessica’s 29th birthday. On 28th May, 2008, he got hitched with Candice Crawford, a former journalist & the Miss Missouri USA 2008, following their engagement ceremony of 16th December, 2010. The couple first started dating since the 2008 summer. On 9th April 2009, they welcomed their first baby, a son named Hawkins Crawford Romo. 

With an avid interest towards football, Tony Romo began playing his high school football as a junior in the year 1996. He played for the school team since his graduation completion in 1998. Shortly he continued his football interest playing for the University’s football team NCAA Division I-AA Eastern Illinois Panthers football squad. During his days at the Eastern Illinois, Tony, in the year 2002 was honored with the Walter Payton Award & in 2001 he even led his team to the OVC (Ohio Valley Conference) championship. Following his rejection in the NFL Draft 2003, Tony signed with the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys as a liberated agent. After playing for the team as a holder for 2 seasons, Tony substituted Drew Bledsoe, the Cowboy’s earlier starting quarterback throughout the 2006 season match next to the New York Giants. For the seasons 2006, 2007 & 2009, Tony was actively involved in the NFL’s Pro Bowl, the entire seasons where the Cowboys made their playoffs. Furthermore, this young footballer has conked out the Dallas Cowboys records counting maximum matches with no less than 300 pass yards & matches with 3 or above touchdown passes. Since the year 2006, Tony has a greater passer rating compared to any of the NFL quarterback in a game’s 4th quarter.

On top of his football career, this young Cowboy’s quarterback has occupied himself in several other ventures & brand endorsements. A keen amateur golfer, Tony is a regular guest on the national sports talk radio programs, he has even co-hosted few radio commentary shows, including ‘Inside The Huddle’. In September of 2008, Tony signed a 10 million dollar, 5 year long endorsement contract with the famous Starter apparel marketer. Alike other athlete, this quarterback is as well supportive towards different humanitarian organizations, like as United Way, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals & the Make- A- Wish Foundation.