Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo Hurts His Back - Won't Be Back Until Next Year

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 24 December 2013

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The lovely Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders really don't have much to cheer about.

DALLAS - As if things could not get any bleaker for the Dallas Cowboys they suddenly have, with word that their field general Tony Romo is finished for the season.

Tony hurt his back when he bent down to tie his shoelace. He told Coach Jason Garrett that he has bent down to tie his shoelaces thousands of times but this time he feels that the drizzle that was falling may have had an affect on him.

Romo, who wears number 9 in honor of New York Yankee great Roger Maris, said that at first he was kind of embarrassed to reveal how he got hurt, but he is certain that the television announcers probably mentioned it at least two or five times during the broadcast.

Tony's stunningly gorgeous wife Candice met him in the Cowboys locker room and she proceeded to massage his back. Several of the Cowboy players were standing around gawking.

Finally Romo said that if they were going to watch his wife massage his back then he would appreciate it if they would all at least wrap their naked bodies in a towel.

Mrs. Romo smiled and said that she did not mind because when she was a little girl she dreamed of becoming a nurse.

SIDENOTE: According to an inside White House source President Obama had bet $2,000 on the Cowboys to beat the Philadelphia Eagles but now that Romo will not be playing the bet is off.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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