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Um, About That Whole Tony-Candice Thing

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I heard Gordon Keith on The Ticket this morning referencing this "story" concerning Tony Romo's alleged engagement to CW33's Candice Crawford. Apparently, the tale has made the rounds far beyond 1310: "News outlets from across the country and throughout DFW are calling us looking for an answer," says this just-posted CW33 follow-up. "The focus of all the excitement seems to be a ring she is wearing that is reported to be an engagement ring." Turns out, it's a just a ring she's had for years. So glad that's settled. But it did give CW33 a good reason to post this new photo of Crawford's workspace.

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