While former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo won't be joining the team this weekend for their Sunday Night Football matchup against the Houston Texans, he'll be waiting for them the following week in Dallas.

Romo, who works in the broadcast booth alongside Jim Nantz for CBS, is set to call the Cowboys' Week 5 matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

​This isn't the first time that ​Romo has called a Cowboys game, as he called their matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs last season.

His Cowboys-Jaguars broadcast comes two weeks after the NFL Network released "A Football Life" documentary on his Cowboys career and his new job as an announcer. 

His return to AT&T stadium is the closest he'll get, for now, to a football field, as he has made it clear that even though ​he's healthy enough to play, he doesn't anticipate a return to football. 

Not only will Romo be calling a game for the Cowboys this season, but former tight end Jason Witten will be as well.

At least Cowboys fans will have something to look forward to.