Several long years ago Drew Bledsoe was the starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys under head coach, Bill Parcells. Drew was injured badly during a Monday Night Football game and a young, unknown gunslinger from Northern Illinois ran out to the huddle. He was gangly and unsure of himself, until he threw his first pass.
Tony Romo became a sensation in Dallas that year. He took over for the seasoned veteran Bledsoe and brought the Cowboys back into the limelight that they had so sorely missed. He brought back a swagger that the team needed, both personally and professionally. He even dated the hottest women in Texas, having relationships with Jessica Simpson and Carrie Underwood, to name a few.
His home has all of the signs of being owned by a guy who has come to expect the best things in life. With 6 bedrooms and a study, the home is big enough for his $100 Million dollar contract to have its own room. The three fireplaces, white marble floors and custom outdoor entertaining area are all icing on this Cowboy’s cake.