Discussion in 'News Zone' started by Gemini Dolly, Mar 7, 2014.
I've heard Tony is good at soccer too. He is just an all-around athlete who can excel at any game he puts the time into. I wonder if he could play baseball, that is a different animal.......
I wonder if he can play hockey. He's a good golfer and from Wisconsin; two traits that a lot of hockey players have.
Wonder if this has anything to do with Perry Simmons OT from Duke.
So I guess all the threads about his back being permanently injured and we needed to draft Johnny football were a little premature.
Romo haters had him in a full body cast eating soup through a straw. Still he's basically out there just launching set shots, so we can't read too much into it. But if he can do that pain free already, that's a good sign.
LOL............so very true..........it may have been more hoping than predicting if you know what I mean.
Yeah, loyal Tar Heel fan here as well. Good to see Tony moving around well, but he could have picked a better venue to play basketball.....
I like seeing Romo and Garrett together, these two both know that their careers are tied at the hip.
Lol! It is interesting that he was able to do a jump shot with no issue. It's a great sign!
l'm sure he's a great person, I just don't want him playing QB for my team with the game on the line.
I`m with you man. Go Heels!
That infamous segment on the Dan Patrick Show years ago comes to mind.
If it was a herniated disc the recovery time in only 3-6 weeks feel normal again then you have to start with the strength and flexibility. The big question that will still remain is if the disc itself is delaminating or if it was a one time injury. This is what I found out first hand with my wife and her 3 back surgeries. The first on makes you feel like a million dollars with only a minor chance of re-injury for a normal profession, lawyer in her case. Think of the disc itself as a vinyl record with multiple layers with the top and bottom layer Velcroed to the bone. If the disc is delaminating the middle will squeeze out and the top and bottom layers stay in place and the disc will eventually have to be removed. Dallas should be keeping an eye out for his replacement.
dook sucks bigtime.
Actually he was one of the top players coming out of high school b ball in Wisconsin. Go look up an article that talks about him and his biggest rival back then. That team had Caron Butler. Butler himself emphatically asserted that Romo had NBA level talent and would've been a Steve Nash type player, which is a pretty amazing confirmation of his skill. Tony's first love was always football so obviously he went a diff route. But I don't doubt a sec that he could've been a solid nba player. Too many other opinions of his contemporaries - including current pros - have to count for something rt?!!
I know Caron and his wife and I've played hoops with Tony (and TO too). Tony has game but being a borderline d1 player is 100x easier than being an NBA player. Steve Nash is light years quicker than Tony--who was a 6'2 shooting guard with ok ball handling (for a high school player) and great shooting skills. He got no division 1 scholarship offers.
He did have game, no doubt. I don't want to diss him, as I'm a fan of him as a person and a QB
Even though Garrett front-rimmed it, you can tell he's a hooper too. He could be the Matt Bonner of the Cowboys Hoop it Up team.
Let's hope he doesn't miss any of the offseason stuff. If he does it will be fun around here.