Tony Romo: 'Denver Broncos break the rules'

Tony Romo #9 of the Dallas Cowboys during a preseason game at AT&T Stadium on August 24, 2013
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Tony Romo insists that the Denver Broncos should be called up for more fouls than they currently are.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has insisted that Sunday's opponents the Denver Broncos are allowed to get away with holding and pass interference.

Romo said that he noticed the "tricks" that their secondaries and linebackers use when analysing the tapes ahead of the game.

"They grab, they hold, they've almost put a lot of pressure on the refs – whether or not they're going to call the game close or not," Romo told USA Today.

"If they get called once or twice, that's a good thing. But they're all over guys as far as using the little tricks, I guess you could say, that good linebackers and good secondaries use when they're playing man coverage."

Romo was drafted in 2003 and has played for the Cowboys his whole career.

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