In a surprise move, the Dallas Mavericks signed point guard Tony Romo for the final home game of the regular season.

Wait ... what?

Mavs owner Mark Cuban, never one to shy away from a publicity stunt, arranged a nice tribute for the now seemingly retired former Cowboys QB.

So what exactly are we talking about here?

It's actually pretty straightforward.

Just click on over to The Daily Player to get it all sorted.

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At $17.72, these shades are affordable for those of us who aren't two-sport stars. Or one-and-a-half. Or whatever. Just know you'll wear 'em and like 'em, whomever you are.





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