FILE - In this Oct. 30, 2007, file photo, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, left, shakes hands with team owner Jerry Jones during a news conference at team headquarters in Irving, Texas. Romo retired on Tuesday and Jones did right by him by giving him his out-right release, which allows him to return to game with any team if has a change of heart.
FILE - In this Oct. 30, 2007, file photo, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, left, shakes hands with team owner Jerry Jones during a news conference at team headquarters in Irving, Texas. Romo retired on Tuesday and Jones did right by him by giving him his out-right release, which allows him to return to game with any team if has a change of heart. LM Otero AP
FILE - In this Oct. 30, 2007, file photo, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, left, shakes hands with team owner Jerry Jones during a news conference at team headquarters in Irving, Texas. Romo retired on Tuesday and Jones did right by him by giving him his out-right release, which allows him to return to game with any team if has a change of heart. LM Otero AP

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