Cowboys defensive end Tony Romo has made the decision to wear the Aztec star pattern on his jersey next year.
Romo said Sunday on Twitter that he was “a big fan” of the tradition and that it was something that he wanted to do with his son.
“I was a big fan of it growing up,” Romo said.
“He wanted it.
I just told him to wear it on the first day he came in.”
Romo wore the Aztecs star on his helmet during the team’s Super Bowl victory over the Atlanta Falcons in 2015.
He has also worn it on a number of occasions in the NFL.
Romo wore it on his face at the end of the 2014 season, when he made the controversial decision to leave a pair of Broncos helmets behind in favor of a Aztec one.
He also wore it for the first time in the NFC championship game, when the Cowboys wore it during their historic NFC Championship Game victory over New England.