"I started making plans for a fall away from football," said Romo. "I had trips to Myrtle Beach planned, Pebble Beach, I was even playing to play St. Andrews. Now all of that is ruined."
Romo missed much of last season due to injury and has been away from football activities for almost a year, a period he has used to really work on his short game.
"I remember right when I went down, I knew it was serious enough that I wasn't going to be able to play football for the rest of the season, but not so serious that I'd have to stop playing golf," he said. "It was the best moment of my career."
The quarterback said he would have spent more time around the Cowboys facility, but "the new Cowboy Stadium turf is nice. However, the scoreboard is so low it's hard to hit wedges. I wish they would have consulted me about that."
"It is my solemn vow that for each day the NFL owners unjustly prevent us from doing our jobs and making a living to support our families," said Bryant, "one incredibly embarrassing story about me will come out. Only NFL owners, along with enhanced mall security, can put a stop to this."
Bryant says he sees himself "a modern day, douchier, Gandhi."
"I took a history class at Oklahoma State," he said. "I forget all the details, but I think Gandhi dressed in a robe and wore funny glasses until the king would stop taking his food or something. I don't remember exactly. Although I do remember I got an A in the class. Good school, Oklahoma State."
The second-year receiver says he has many embarrassing activities already planned.
"Tomorrow I'm going to get in a fight at the mall arcade when they tell me I don't have enough tickets to get a stuffed panda bear at the prize counter," he said. "And the next day I'm going to crash my Big Wheel into a police cruiser. The next day? Let me just say that it involves a turd and the ball pit at Chuck E. Cheese."
Picture Cowboy Gets a Flag in the Face
Cowboys fans should have watched the whole season this way. (via @worstfan)
He first got in Vick's good graces by losing to him.
Do cheerleaders have a no-touch rule? Maybe someone should remind that kid.
This photo isn't nearly as disturbing as watching the Cowboys play football.
Losing really turns her on.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has announced that The Great Texas Tractor Pull will be held this February 6th at Cowboys Stadium.
"I am excited to announce this all-day event," said Jones. "I really want to showcase Cowboys Stadium to tractor pull fans of the world."
Super Bowl XLV had been scheduled for the stadium on the same date, but Jones says that event will have to be held elsewhere.
"It's an unfortunate conflict for the NFL folks. But I don't think the Super Bowl will have a problem finding a new host," said Jones. "There are several good high school stadiums near here that they could use. I think one of them even has a nice FieldTurf surface."