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Tony Romo, Now Officially in More Gossip Columns Than Ink

You think when Tony Romo was at Eastern Illinois, he thought he'd wind up in People or the Post every other week?
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Tony Romo's dating an older woman from New York who's got her own dough, thank you very much, and who used to be Derek Jeter's gal pal not long before she hooked up with the Dallas Cowboys' QB. So says the New York Post this morning (courtesy its "Texas spy"), which adds that "Romo takes his lady friend to the Dallas watering hole Ghostbar, where he canoodles with her openly." So much for his other Bush? Oh, and Romo has the top-selling jersey in the whole wide NFL. Just trying to keep it "newsy." --Robert Wilonsky

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