With training camp around the corner, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said he has been working hard this offseason to “find new and effective ways to turn over the ball.” “It takes a commitment,” he said, “lots of thought goes into wondering how I can turn the ball over in clutch situatons. Will it be an interception? A fumble? Will I pooch kick it into the opposing defensive tackle’s gut? It can make your head spin.” Romo then detailed how hard he has been practicing to have the ball tomohawked out of his hand during a two minute drill and how he can’t wait to show his teammates the new skill. “I’m really proud of it,” he continued, with a grin, “the way I just completely ignore the pressure from my blind side and have the ball swatted out of my grip, it’s really gonna impress the boys.” Romo said his daily regimen involves watching lots of game film of Mark Sanchez.