IRVING, Texas — Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is not pleased with the NFL’s actions that led to the cancellation of the National Fantasy Football Convention scheduled to be held in Las Vegas on July 10-12.
“It’s like when you’re in high school and you don’t get invited to the party, it makes you feel bad,” Romo said Tuesday on ESPN’s The Herd with Colin Cowherd. “If they really wanted to just be a part of it, all they had to do was just call and ask. It would’ve been a lot easier, I think, than going about the process the way they did. We understand that these things come about and there’s big money involved sometimes from the NFL’s perspective. If we had known about the issue of the place or thought that was something that could’ve been an issue, the NFL could’ve told us that right away. That’s where it makes it interesting.”
The league recently contacted the NFL Players Association about the event to remind the players of a long-standing league policy that “players and NFL