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Published: April 4, 2017 at 01:04 p.m.

Mind-blowing stats: Tony Romo

Tony Romo is retiring from playing football after 14 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys. Check out the stats over his storied career.

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  • Storied career 8

    Kevin Reece/Associated Press

    Storied career

    Tony Romo has played 14 seasons in the NFL -- all with the Cowboys -- since signing with Dallas as an undrafted free agent in 2003.

  • Coming of age 7

    Matt Rourke/Associated Press

    Coming of age

    Tony Romo is currently 36 years old. He will turn 37 on April 21st.

  • Hard work but no hardware 6

    Scott Boehm/Associated Press

    Hard work but no hardware

    Romo has the highest career passer rating (97.1) of any quarterback that has not won a Super Bowl as a starter.

  • Big money 5

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    Big money

    At $24.7M, Romo would have had the highest salary cap value of any quarterback in 2017.

  • Chronic injury 4

    Matt Rourke/Associated Press

    Chronic injury

    Since becoming the Cowboys' starter in 2006, Romo has missed 36 games due to injury and played through numerous other ailments. Romo has not played a full 16-game season since 2012, when the Cowboys finished 8-8.

  • Single shot 3

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    Single shot

    Tony Romo only played one game in the 2016 season during Week 17 against the Philadelphia Eagles. He had a 134.4 passer rating.

  • Downhill fast 2

    Michael Ainsworth/Associated Press

    Downhill fast

    Since leading the NFL in completion percentage and passer rating in 2014, Romo has played in just five games and his production has dropped over the last two seasons.

  • One of the greats 1

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    One of the greats

    Romo is the Cowboys' all-time leader in passing yards, passing touchdowns and passer rating. He ranks third in quarterback wins behind Troy Aikman (94) and Roger Staubach (85).

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