Tony Romo’s bank account just got a little heavier as it was announced he has signed a deal with Under Armour, as the company continues to make strides in the market.


The first hint came in the offseason when the Dallas Cowboys quarterback put a pair of Under Armour cleats in a prominent position in his locker as he spoke to the media. At training camp, Romo has worn the cleats and sported an Under Armour hat when featured on an ESPN interview with Jason Witten earlier this week.

He is the third high-profile quarterback to join the apparel company, with Tom Brady and Cam Newton.

Romo had been a free agent of sorts since his deal with Starter expired in 2013. He had worn Nike cleats but painted over the logo in recent years.

The addition of Romo to Under Armour allows for a Dallas-centric marketing opportunity with golfer Jordan Spieth.

No word yet on the terms of the deal.