Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and girlfriend Jessica Simpson were at a Mavericks-Lakers game in March 2008. Their trip to a Mexican beach resort during the Cowboys’ bye week before a divisional round game in January 2008 is blamed by many for the Dallas defeat.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and girlfriend Jessica Simpson were at a Mavericks-Lakers game in March 2008. Their trip to a Mexican beach resort during the Cowboys’ bye week before a divisional round game in January 2008 is blamed by many for the Dallas defeat. Archives Star-Telegram
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and girlfriend Jessica Simpson were at a Mavericks-Lakers game in March 2008. Their trip to a Mexican beach resort during the Cowboys’ bye week before a divisional round game in January 2008 is blamed by many for the Dallas defeat. Archives Star-Telegram

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