Tony Romo joins Twitter, weighs in about Dez Bryant’s ‘non-catch’

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo recently joined Twitter, and it’s clear that he’s still upset about Dez Bryant’s “non-catch” in last season’s NFC Divisional playoff game at Lambeau Field.

At least we know where Romo’s head is at. His first official tweet was rather cryptic.

Obviously, Romo’s tweet displaying a photo of Bryant and Sam Shields is in reference to “the catch that wasn’t.” It sure looked like Bryant hauled in a 31-yard reception and maintained full control of the football late in the fourth quarter of the team’s playoff matchup against the Packers. However, replay showed that Bryant bobbled the ball as he rolled into the end zone, and after initially ruling it a catch, officials overturned the call.

Romo clearly still hasn’t forgotten about the play. Be sure to send him a tweet about it and let him know how you feel.

We’d like to officially welcome Romo to Twitter, as we can expect more next-level trolling and epic tweets in the future.

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