Tom Pennington

Despite some recent physical issues, Romo still has the talent—and guts—to make remarkable plays. 

By Melissa Jacobs
August 10, 2016

At 36, Romo’s glory days (2007-2013) are likely behind him. He is three years removed from topping 4,000, largely due to the litany of injuries he has suffered in recent years, including fractures in his back and a broken collarbone.  Luckily for Romo the lower half of his body has remained relatively unscathed, a blessing given his emphasis on keeping plays alive…forever. A healthy Romo behind the NFL’s best offensive line, continues to be a potential nightmare for opponents. 

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