Viewing audiences everywhere are interested to see how Tony Romo will fare as a broadcaster. The Dallas Cowboys players are just as intrigued.

The man who used to snap footballs to Romo, center Travis Frederick, said he’s anxious to hear what stories his former quarterback will share on national TV.

“I’m not sure I want to hear the truth of what Tony has to say about me,” Frederick said with a laugh on 105.3 The Fan, according to the Dallas Morning News.

“Tony and I have been very close at certain times so I’m curious what sort of inside tidbits he has to share about me. I realize when you’re on this side of it, when you’re talking into the mic, it’s easy to kind of share some of those things. So I’m curious to see what he has to say in that regard. I’m sure I’ll hear it from the outside world. I think he’s going to do a great job, and that’s definitely going to be fun when he’s going to be back around for that.”

Frederick’s fear likely resides with the fact Romo used to place his hands under his butt cheeks for the better part of four seasons.

Some secrets are best kept hidden.

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