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April 04, 2017

Cowboys QB Tony Romo is reportedly retiring

Longtime Eagles nemesis Tony Romo is hanging up his cleats, according to reports.

The Cowboys quarterback is retiring from football after 13 seasons with the team, according to Adam Schefter and Ian Rapoport, and will pursue a career in broadcasting.

Several sports outlets are already interested in Romo's services, Rapoport reports.

Romo lost his starting job in Dallas last season after he began the year injured and rookie Dak Prescott outperformed expectations.

It was believed earlier this offseason that the Cowboys would release Romo and allow him to find a new team in free agency, however, the team opted to keep him on the roster to pursue a potential trade.

If Romo is, in fact, retiring, he's finishing his career with 248 touchdown passes, 34,183 passing yards and a 78-49 starting record.

It would also mean his final game was a loss to the Eagles.