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Tony Romo Responds To Fan Asking About Cowboys Job

Tony Romo on the sideline with a headset on.

ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 20: Tony Romo #9 of the Dallas Cowboys looks on as the Dallas Cowboys take on the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth quarter at AT&T Stadium on November 20, 2016 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

While the Dallas Cowboys certainly have options for their next offensive coordinator, fans are still holding out hope that Tony Romo will make a heroic return to the franchise.

This will be an important week for Romo, who is calling the Super Bowl for CBS alongside Jim Nantz. His expert analysis in the broadcast booth usually has fans in awe of his ability to predict plays before they even happen.

Unfortunately for those wanting to see Romo back in Dallas, the former star quarterback turned down the idea of him joining the team's coaching staff.

When asked about all the fans that want him to become the offensive coordinator for the Cowboys, Romo said "They'll have to wait."

He technically didn't slam the door on the possibility of coming back to his former team.

It's more likely that the Cowboys hire Kellen Moore for the 2019 season. The Boise State product is currently the quarterbacks coach and already has an established relationship with Dak Prescott.

Romo will always carry sentimental value with the fanatics in Dallas, and there is no question that he will go down as one of the most underappreciated signal-callers in NFL history.

However, it appears that he is very happy with the current chapter of his life and isn't thinking about joining the sidelines in the near future.