The 2014 season was a huge step in the right direction for the Dallas Cowboys and the famous franchise are planning even bigger and better things in 2015.
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo - who himself had a rejuvenated campaign last time out - has admitted the team are in a window right now where they can realistically aim for the Super Bowl.
With such lofty ambitions, then, it should perhaps come as no surprise that the Pro Bowl QB has taken the decision to made a key adjustment to his offseason program.
Romo, speaking at a charity event in Dallas this week, revealed that he has opted to put down his much loved golf clubs for the summer in a bid to ensure he is at peak physical fitness for the Cowboys.
The veteran quarterback is an avid golfer and is known to compete at a very high level annually when the NFL is out of season. With one eye still firmly on his recently surgically repaired back, however, it is clear that Tony Romo is putting his football ambitions at the front of the queue.
""Well, I love football," Romo explained, via ESPN.
"I think what you find is that you love the game of football so much that it's easy to have other things take a back seat."
Coming off the back of a season where he registered a career high in touchdowns (34) and QBR (113.2), Romo's sacrifice to his recreational pursuits will help Cowboys fans rest a little easier. With Romo's history of back issues, anything that reduces the risks is always welcome.
NFL fans: Can Romo and Dallas go all the way to the SuperBowl in 2015? Have your say in the comments below...
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