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Tony Romo a Dallas Maverick? 

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Former NFL player Tony Romo got a new gig this week after retiring from the league. The former long-time Dallas Cowboys quarterback announced that he is going to be a broadcaster for CBS moving forward. 

But on April 11th, the Dallas Mavericks are going to honor the former Cowboys signal-caller. In fact, they are going to make him a “Maverick for a day.”

The Mavericks are going to have hit suit up for their final home game of the season against the Denver Nuggets. He’s going to sit on the bench with the team, as well. 

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