Tony Romo Makes Official Decision If He Will Retire Or Continue Playing

David Hookstead | Reporter

Dallas Cowboys legend Tony Romo has retired from football after fourteen seasons in the league.

The Wisconsin-born quarterback is hanging it up and entering the broadcasting world after a long and lucrative career in Dallas, according to NFL.com reporter Ian Rapoport. (SLIDESHOW: 12 TIMES SPORTS PUNDIT KRISTINE LEAHY LOOKED ABSOLUTELY STUNNING)

Romo finished his career with more than 34,000 passing yards and 248 touchdowns. His success as a signal-caller in the NFL is even more impressive given the fact that he was undrafted out of college. (SLIDESHOWJohnny Manziel‘s Rumored Girlfriend Barely Wears Anything On Instagram)

There is little doubt that Romo will experience the same success in the booth that he had on the gridiron.

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