Romo's Father Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer
The father of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo reportedly has been diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Romo told the Dallas Morning News that his 50-year-old father, Ramiro, was diagnosed last month and will undergo surgery soon.
"He's your dad," Romo told the newspaper. "You've been so close for so long, it can be a scary thing. I look forward to the day where we can spend a lot of time together."
By Mark Maske |
October 12, 2007; 9:50 AM ET
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