Antonio “Tony” Ramiro Romo is a retired NFL player. He spent his career as the quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys and announced his retirement in April 2017 after playing in the pro league for 14 seasons. He will join CBS broadcasters in the booth as a football analyst. Over the course of his athletic career, Romo participated in four Pro Bowls, but ultimately succumbed to injury after injury. Romo was born on April 21, 1980 in San Diego, CA. His family, comprised of parents Ramiro and Joan and sisters Danielle and Jossalyn, relocated to Burlington, WI, which is where he grew up. He excelled at sports including basketball, baseball, and golf at a young age and gave football a try in high school. Romo went on to play college football at Eastern Illinois University and accepted a walk-on spot from the Dallas Cowboys. Before marrying wife Candice Crawford in May 2011, the hunky athlete dated singer/actress/fashion designer Jessica Simpson in a highly publicized romance. Romo and Crawford have two sons and are expecting their third little boy. Before becoming a wife and mom, she was a local television sports reporter in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. She is the sister of “Gossip Girl” actor Chace Crawford and co-owns the company Hawk + Sloane with her childhood friend, Hollie Siglin.