Tony Romo, Running Away With NFL Man of the Year, Hopes to End Homelessness

Ryan Wilson

by Ryan Wilson

I'm running out of superlatives to describe the awesomeness that is Tony Romo. Apparently, the Cowboys quarterback's generosity knows no bounds. In September, after the team throttled the Browns in Cleveland, Romo stopped to help a stranded couple change a flat tire.

Given that he had played a 60-minute tackle football game earlier in the day, and then sat on a plane for the nearly 1,200-mile trip back to Dallas, it's a testament to his munificence.

But there's more. According to the Dallas Morning News' Tim MacMahon, Romo is also doing his part to end homelessness, one marginally funny 90-minute movie at a time.

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