DALLAS, TX (KLTV) - He won't actually play in the Mavericks game against Denver on Tuesday night, but what the organization is doing for the former Cowboys quarterback makes him feel special.
Romo took a team photo, participated in morning shootaround, and will be honored before Dallas takes the court. The 14-year veteran is even set to take part in pregame warmups, and be introduced.
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, head coach Rick Carlisle, and star Dirk Nowitzki are thrilled to pay tribute to the Cowboys all-time leader in touchdown passes and yards.
Last week the Cowboys released Romo and the quarterback decided to hang up the pads and take a job at CBS Sports as its lead NFL analyst.
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