• Tony Romo on Donovan McNabb criticizing his contract extension: ‘It’s not important to me’

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Jun 12, 2013
    The same March day that it was announced Romo had signed a six-year, $108 million contract extension with the Cowboys, former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb took to Twitter to share the following message: “Tony Romo 6 yr 55 million dollar extension. This offseason alone, he’s heard it explicitly from Donovan McNabb after signing his new contract and implicitly from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones when Jones pointed out things he wanted to see Romo do more of in the coming years. “Everything is going good,” Romo said. Tony Romo says it’s fair to say that he has thick skin. “This is Jason’s system and it’s been Jason’s system since he’s been here,” Romo said while sitting at his locker following Tuesday’s minicamp at Valley Ranch. “It’s going to stay that way. “It’s going to be played out on the field, no matter what we’re going to [do] we have to open up the football season against the New York Giants and whether you said great things or whether you said the Cowboys are whatever, they’re the best ever, the worst ever, they can’t ever, they can, it doesn’t matter.
    • Criticism doesn’t matter to Tony Romo

      Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is no stranger to criticism. This offseason alone, he’s heard it explicitly from Donovan McNabb after signing his new contract and implicitly from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones when Jones pointed out things he wanted to see Rom
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      IRVING - If the Cowboys’ minicamp had been next week, Tony Romo said he would have been ready to practice then. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (right) and receiver Miles Austin talk during minicamp Tuesday. (G.J. McCarthy/The Dallas Morning News
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