CBS was left with little choice last year but to pay Tony Romo an exorbitant amount of money to keep arguably the best NFL color analyst on television in the fold, and Jim Nantz clearly noticed.
Tony Romo has segued seamlessly into broadcasting so impressively he’s already considered the best NFL game analyst in the business, and his $17 million annual salary proves it.
Tony Romo will play a starring role in an upcoming program in which he will discuss quarterbacking in the NFL with three young up-and-coming signal-callers.
Tony Romo’s impending potential free agency in the broadcasting world has interestingly developed into one of the more intriguing storylines of the NFL offseason.
Tony Romo and Dirk Nowitzki became friends during their respective professional careers in Dallas, and the former Cowboys quarterback recently raved about the Mavericks icon ahead of what might be the
y Romo has made a remarkably seamless transition into broadcasting following his retirement after a 14-year NFL career.
Tony Romo became the latest former or current NFL player to address whether he will ever let his children play football, and he indicated during an interview with Dr.
A trio of former Cowboys enjoyed an evening out in Dallas recently, and it’s clear at least one of them still feels bitter over the team’s infamous loss to the Green Bay Packers a few years back.
Tony Romo made a seamless transition from the gridiron to the broadcast booth last year as CBS Sports’ top NFL color commentator alongside Jim Nantz.
Tony Romo has received nearly universal high marks in his debut season as CBS Sports’ top NFL game analyst.
The broadcasted beef between Tony Romo and Deion Sanders not surprisingly raised some eyebrows, including those of Michael Irvin, who is no fan of the two former Dallas Cowboys greats feuding.
Tony Romo drew the ire of NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders over a comment about the Hall of Famer’s tackling skills, or lack thereof.
Tony Romo will be in the booth alongside partner Jim Nantz for Sunday’s game between the Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs at AT&T Stadium.
Tony Romo has stressed yet again that there is no interest whatsoever on his behalf for an NFL comeback.
Tony Romo is set to embark upon his broadcasting career as lead in-game analyst with CBS Sports after retiring earlier this year.