Tony Romo doesn't really want to be a holder again. Yet if having him hold will help kicker Nick Folk regain his accuracy, then Romo is willing to resume the role that left him in tears the last time he did it for the Dallas Cowboys. He even
volunteered for it.
Romo says his father once told him leadership is doing what has
to be done.
Romo bobbled his last hold for Dallas, in a January 2007 playoff
game in Seattle. The flub cost the Cowboys a chance to beat the
Seahawks and it left Romo tearfully apologizing to his teammates
He'd never worked with Folk, who arrived the season after Romo
gave up holding to concentrate on being the quarterback.
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