It's the weekend and the weather is beautiful, so no time to blog properly.
Here are some headlines for weekend reading material with a few quotes.
"People sometimes today are predominantly putting their kids into one sport," said Romo, who took the first-round lead into the 20th annual American Century Celebrity Golf Championship at Lake Tahoe on Saturday.
"Age 10, they're going to do one thing the rest of their life. I have a hard time with that because, shoot, I was like a basketball player as a kid. I would have just concentrated on one sport, soccer or something," he told reporters after shooting a 3-under-par 69 on Friday.
"I never would have been able to do what I'm lucky enough to do — play football," he said.
" I use the tools that you get mentally on the (golf) course for football," Romo said.
"Anytime you're in a pressure situation or something happens where you have to rely on your mental strength or discipline or all of a sudden you get nervous, blood starts racing, heart starts going, the more you're in those situations the better off you're going to be," he said.
The dollars aside, Dallas officials and Ware disagree pretty strongly over the length of the contract. Ware, of course, wants a shorter term, which will get him back to the bargaining table while still in his prime. Not surprisingly, Dallas prefers a longer contract, one for six or seven years.
Troy Aikman is being inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. Aikman also did some charity work at a hospital and made a funny:
"I'm one of the old guys," Aikman said, who finished at UCLA in 1988 and ended his NFL career with the Dallas Cowboys in 2000. "I tell the kids [at the hospital] I know (current Cowboys quarterback) Tony Romo and they get excited."