Terrance Newman, Marc Colombo, and Cory Procter, or "The Douchebags" back up Tony Romo in their new venture, which, according to Romo, "could really get off the ground, now that we aren't distracted by that stupid game anymore." "Tony's been moping around every Sunday," said Newman, "so it's good to see him finally happy and getting to do what he loves - pressing keys and strumming a fake guitar to songs other people wrote." Romo says he's happy to be done with "all that football stuff," and that he was just glad his pinkie injury was only on his strumming hand. "I don't know what I'd do if I couldn't play this game anymore. It's my one true passion. It's what makes me get out of bed in the morning," said Romo.
Terrel Owens, when reached for comment, was dismissive of the group, calling it "kids stuff," before launching into a tirade, saying "They wanted me to play the drums. TO don't play no goddamn drums. TO is a superstar. TO is a front man. Romo can't even carry a tune, man, he gets boo'd off that fake stage more than he gets boo'd in Dallas. TO is the real star."