Tony Romo made one man very happy, and it had nothing to do with throwing touchdowns.
The Dallas Morning News reported on Wednesday that the Cowboys quarterback took a homeless man to the movies recently.
The man, who goes by Doc, was outside a theater in Dallas when a man came up and offered to pay his way to see a movie. Planning on passing out fliers for a consignment store across the street, Doc declined. But then he realized that he had just turned down Romo.
He ran across the street, asked for the day off and ran back to the theater. Romo and Doc ended up sitting together watching the movie "Role Model." Doc told the newspaper that he informed Romo that he hadn't showered in days.
"Don't worry about that," Romo said, according to the newspaper. "I'm used to locker rooms."
Romo reportedly also changed the tire of a couple on the way home the night of the season opener and showed up to a high school pep rally with actor Will Smith earlier this week. He confirmed the encounter with Doc but wouldn't elaborate.
This latest gesture really impressed Doc.
"For me, it was a blessing," Doc said. "It came at just the right time. It gave me some encouragement and faith in mankind. I just wanted to say thank you."