DALLAS (105.3 THE FAN) - With the rumors that the NFL lockout may be coming to a close, Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo took a break from the golf course, picked up the phone and checked in with Gavin Dawson and The G-Bag Nation on Monday night.
Dawson asked Romo "Did the lockout help you develop as a leader?"
Romo responded, "I don't know. That's not anything that I can debate or even talk about, really. Anybody who talks about themselves in a leadership quality, in some ways almost minimizes it. From my perspective, you do what you're supposed to do. My job is to lead this football team on the field. In a lockout situation, my job is to get everyone together, make sure they're bought in, have people show up and make sure they're committed to getting better as players in the offseason. It's hard enough to come out there every day when you have coaches out. … Now take the coaches aside, we're still going to commit to that."
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