Tony Romo stopped a reporter in the middle of what appeared to be the first question in his first meeting with the media since August. The Dallas quarterback brought a statement, and he wasn’t going to answer any questions Tuesday.
The 36-year-old coming off his fourth back injury in less than four years conceded the starting job to Dak Prescott, who has led the Cowboys (8-1) to a franchise season record-tying eight straight wins and the best record in the NFL.
And a somber Romo didn’t hide his disappointment while reading the five-minute statement.
“He’s earned the right to be our quarterback,” Romo said of the 23-year-old...