It’s official. The fourth-longest-tenured Dallas Cowboy has retired and Tony Romo will now begin a career in broadcasting.

Following Tuesday’s announcement of his release from the Cowboys and his arrival at CBS Sports, the franchise he spent 14 years with and his former teammates shared their appreciation for Romo’s career via social media.


A post shared by Ezekiel Elliott (@ezekielelliott) on Apr 4, 2017 at 11:43am PDT

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