We bet her brother, The football star, 36, and Crawford Romo tied the knot back in May 2011 in Dallas at Arlington Hall in Lee Park.While Romo’s football career is on hold right now after suffering a preseason back injury, his family is keeping his spirit’s high.“We will be expecting our third little Romo offspring this August,” the 30-year-old mom told the station and all the listeners.The news is mega exciting not just for Candace and her husband, but her extended family, too.One of the biggest storylines of the offseason finally meets its conclusion, with Romo opting for the broadcast booth rather than a farewell tour with the Texans or Broncos.The Cowboys plan to release him Tuesday, but it's unclear if Romo will actually file retirement papers, as he may want to keep his options open for at least a few more months. Candice Crawford Romo and her Dallas Cowboys quarterback husband are expecting their third child together!
1 color commentator for NFL games, Romo seemingly isn't quite ready to shut the door on the possibility of playing one more season.
His decision likely was motivated by health concerns, as he's made just five appearances over the past two seasons.
With Romo out of the picture, Houston likely will set its sights on another quarterback -- be it a rookie or veteran -- to provide some competition for Tom Savage and Brandon Weeden.
The newest little Romo will be joining their older brothers, 4-year-old Hawkins, and 2-year-old Rivers, and of course, everyone is going to be wondering if they’ll be expecting their first little girl or if another boy will join their roster.
Romo has yet to file retirement papers and doesn't have any immediate plans to do so, ESPN.com's Todd Archer reports.
The Broncos seemingly gave up on Romo awhile back, with team officials suggesting for the past few weeks that they're comfortable having Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch compete for the starting job.