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Antonio Ramiro Romo, simply known as Tony Romo, is a famous American football player, as well as an athlete. To the public, Tony Romo is perhaps best known for playing in the position of quarterback in a popular American football team called the Dallas “Cowboys”. Romo started his NFL career in 2003, when despite failing to attract the attention of football teams during the 2003 NFL Draft, he was later signed to the “Cowboys” as a rookie free agent. Tony Romo debuted with the “Cowboys” in 2004, and proved himself to be a talented player. During his football career, Tony Romo has managed to accomplish many milestones and achieve numerous accolades, which include winning a Pro Bowl all-star games 3 times, in 2006, 2007, and 2009, becoming the NFC Passing Yards Leader, NFC Passing Touchdowns Leader, as well as receiving a Walter Payton Award. In addition to being an American football player, Tony Romo tried to showcase his skills in golf and even took part in such important events as U.S. Open and EDS Byron Nelson Championship. Even though he failed to secure any wins, Romo still continues to play golf whenever he is not training.
Tony Romo Net Worth $75 Million
A well-known football player, how rich is Tony Romo? Sources state that in 2008, Tony Romo became partnered with “Starter Clothing Line”, with whom he signed a contract that lasted for five years, the worth of which amounted to $10 million. Meanwhile, Romo’s annual salary with the “Cowboys” is stated to reach $15 million. In regards to his total wealth, Tony Romo’s net worth is estimated to be $75 million. Undoubtedly, the majority of Tony Romo’s net worth and wealth comes from his football career, as well as many endorsements.
Tony Romo was born in 1980, in San Diego, California, but spent most of his childhood in Burlington. Romo studied at the Burlington High School, where he started playing football. He excelled as a football player and was even honored with All-Racine County honors among many others. Romo’s talent’s promised a bright future for him as a quarterback, hence when he enrolled in the Eastern Illinois University, he joined the “Panthers” football team, with whom he played in the NCAA I Division and managed to win a title of OVC Player of the Year award 3 times, as well as receiving a Walter Payton Award. Upon his graduation, Romo joined the 2003 NFL Draft, yet he was not chosen by any team. Romo received an offer to play for the Dallas “Cowboys” shortly afterwards. Throughout his career with the “Cowboys”, Romo has helped them secure important victories, and established numerous team records. Currently, Tony Romo holds a team record for lowest career interception percentage, most touchdown passes, as well as most games with 300+ passing yards.
In addition to football, Romo actively takes part in various community events, and has worked with such organizations as “Make-A-Wish Foundation”, “United Way” and “Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals”.
A well-known football player, Tony Romo has an estimated net worth of $75 million.
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|Birth date:||April 21, 1980|
|Birth place:||San Diego, California, United States|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Weight:||230 lbs (104.33 kg)|
|Profession:||American football player, Athlete|
|Education:||Eastern Illinois University, Burlington High School|
|Spouse:||Candice Crawford (m. 2011)|
|Children:||Hawkins Crawford Romo, Rivers Romo|
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|1||Father, with Candice Crawford, of sons Hawkins Crawford Romo (born on April 9, 2012) and Rivers Crawford Romo (born on March 18, 2014).|
|2||Tony and Candice Crawford are expecting their first child [October 27, 2011].|
|3||Broke his left collarbone in a game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Romo is expected to miss eight weeks. [September 20, 2015].|
|4||Brother-in-law of Chace Crawford.|
|5||[December 16, 2010] Engaged to Candice Crawford while celebrating her 24th birthday. Their engagement was announced publicly the same day on the Dallas-Forth Worth, Texas television news station KDAF, where Candice works.|
|6||[July 9, 2009] Ended his relationship with Jessica Simpson a day before her 29th birthday.|
|7||Attended Burlington (Wisc.) High School.|
|8||Despite being the nation's top NCAA Division I-AA player, he was not drafted by an NFL team. He was signed as a undrafted free agent by the Cowboys in 2003. The following year when the Cowboys signed aging quarterback Vinny Testaverde and traded for Drew Henson who had never taken an NFL snap, Romo was on the verge of being cut. However, he was kept as the third string quarterback when Quincy Carter was unexpectedly released following allegations of substance abuse.|
|9||Member, Sigma Pi Fraternity.|
|10||He went to Eastern Illinois University.|
|11||His father is Mexican-American and his mother is of Polish-German descent.|
|12||Quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys.|
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