Departing Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo told a pastor and longtime friend this week that his “passion is still there” and that he still wants to win a Super Bowl – even if it is for another team.
“His mood is great,” said Dr. Tony Evans, pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship and former Cowboys’ chaplain. “He says, ‘God is in control.'”
Evans said he spoke with Romo Tuesday night.
“He’s ready to move on, kind of, because he loves Dallas,” Evans said. “So we are going to see him a lot.”
Evans said Romo was a good friend.
Evans and another pastor presided over the wedding of Tony and Candice Romo in May 2011.
The following year Tony Romo donated $1 million to an adopt-a-school program that Evans started.
The pastor echoed the feelings of many Cowboys fans with the news that Tony Romo would be released Thursday to sign with another team.
Source: NBC DFW