One of the most recent came after Romo signed his six-year, $108 million extension with the Cowboys in the offseason.
Parcells reminded Romo of the QB's decision to sign with the Cowboys as an undrafted rookie free agent, with their $10,000 signing bonus, and not Denver, which was offering $25,000 to sign, and some others.
“But I chose Dallas to hopefully make the team,” Romo said. “Bill was instrumental in me getting here. On the phone, he sent me a text after [the contract extension] that [said], ‘I was just wondering if coming to Dallas had worked out for you.’ I had to laugh. It was pretty funny.”