His wedding video is all over the Internet and so it's only right that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo now talk football, while playing golf.
Romo is in South Lake Tahoe, Nev., for the American Century Celebrity Golf Challenge. He talked about the NFL lockout on Wednesday, and NFL.com was there to listen on his thoughts of a new labor agreement.
"It'll be done here shortly," Romo said after a practice round with Michael Jordan. "It's just a matter of doing things that you need to end it. The players are ready and anxious.
Romo said as far as football workouts during the lockout, "I've been working as hard as possible. Our team has done a great job doing the same."
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Romo said he spoke to each leader at every position group during the early phase of the lockout. He said they needed a full commitment to the player-led workouts.
Veterans such as DeMarcus Ware, Jason Witten, Marc Colombo, Miles Austin, Terence Newman and Jay Ratliff "were there every day," Romo said. "When (the group leader) is there, it's hard for the second, third, fourth and fifth guy not to."