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Luck, Romo Join Manning Brothers To Promote DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 24 / 15

DirecTV on Thursday signed Colts QB Andrew Luck and Cowboys QB Tony Romo to multiyear deals to endorse its NFL Sunday Ticket package. The pair will join Broncos QB Peyton Manning and Giants QB Eli Manning in a variety of PR, advertising and marketing activations to promote the satellite TV provider'...

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