Matt Mosley of FoxSportsSouthwest.com writes that Romo may have been humbled by so many teammates “falling hard” for Kitna.
Romo has taken a different approach this offseason. He’s been active recruiting 40-45 players to workouts, reaching out to guys who weren’t there like rookie Tyron Smith. Romo is reportedly working off an OTA-like blueprint given to him by Jason Garrett.
“Tony organized every practice schedule and practice scrimmage. He and Jason [Witten] are running the offense,” linebacker Keith Brooking said.
Mosley says he thinks Romo’s approach will help his standing with his teammates. We’re not so sure that is true or even necessary but Romo is at a post-injury career crossroads right now, and perhaps he’s feeling the urgency.
“I know I stressed the importance to everybody [of showing up], to say the least. I’d say it was just a point we needed to make it important. The guys know that. The guys are committed,” Romo said.