• In this Nov. 1, 2015, file photo, Injured Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo tosses a football prior to the team's NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks in Arlington, Texas. A fantasy football company partly owned by Romo is fighting the NFL in court again, this time claiming the league is interfering with a second attempt to hold a fan-centric convention by asking sponsors not to participate. A Dallas judge on Wednesday, April 27, granted Romo’s company, Fan Expo LLC, a temporary injunction that bars the NFL from contacting sponsors after video game company EA Sports withdrew this week from the event planned for the Los Angeles area in July. (AP Photo/Brandon Wade, File)

    Romo’s fantasy company fighting with NFL in court again

    DALLAS (AP) — A fantasy football company partly owned by Dallas quarterback Tony Romo is fighting the NFL in court again, this time claiming the league is interfering with a second attempt to hold a fan-centric convention by asking sponsors not to participate.