If Tony Romo has a problem with Terence Newman's recent comments made to WFAA then he's doing an excellent job of concealing it, or he doesn't care. The two were playing golf together on Monday afternoon.
In a recent interview with WFAA's Joe Trahan, Newman was asked about Troy Aikman's comments that he wasn't sure if Romo had grasped what being the Cowboys quarterback is all about.
Newman said: "I think that with the situation Tony was in, I think that kind of maybe hurt him a little bit - being a first-year starter, then you have the limelight with his girlfriend and situations of that nature. It's going to take away from him being a quarterback, being a successful quarterback. He won 13 games and everything was perfect, but now after this past season, it was, 'Is he doing enough for the team? Is he working hard enough? You know, he's got this girlfriend, so ...' I think that once he inherited the starting quarterback job and his relationship got into the national media attention, I think that that was something that definitely hurt and took away from Tony Romo being a great quarterback."
Who knows? Maybe Romo agrees with him.
- Mac Engel