Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will be retiring from football and plans to join the long list of NFL players who have become broadcasters. Romo reportedly drew interest from all three of the main NFL broadcasters – Fox, CBS …
Get ready to see--and hear--Tony Romo every NFL Sunday on CBS starting in September. According to Sports Business Journal, Romo--who's retirement made news on Tuesday morning--is headed directly to the broadcast booth as a color …
Tony Romo is retiring from football and heading into broadcasting. The Dallas Cowboys quarterback will replace Phil Simms on CBS. Romo confirmed the announcement with a post on Twitter. Romo, who will be paired with play-by-play …
DALLAS — Tony Romo is retiring rather than trying to chase a Super Bowl with another team after losing his starting job with the Dallas Cowboys, a person with knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press on Tuesday. The all-time …
This comes as a pretty big surprise, but the source and the surety of the report don’t really leave much wiggle room: Tony Romo will be released by the Cowboys today, according to ESPN, and will retire from the NFL for a career in …
Tony Romo is trading in his #9 jersey for a spot in the broadcast booth. The Cowboys quarterback is retiring to join CBS Sports as its lead NFL analyst for the upcoming season. The length of the deal is unclear, but Romo will replace Phil …
Tony Romo's professional sports retirement lasted less than a week. Just days after bowing out of the NFL to take a high-profile job with CBS Sports, Romo is taking a crack at another sport: basketball. According to a report from ESPN's …
When Dak Prescott stepped in at quarterback for the injured Tony Romo and promptly put up a stunning rookie season for the 13-3 Dallas Cowboys, it seemed that Romo’s days in Dallas were numbered. Romo, 36, is a four-time Pro Bowl …
The 37 year-old will retire from pro football after 14 seasons and join CBS‘ announcing team, replacing longtime lead analyst Phil Simms. Romo will work alongside play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz, putting him in line to work with …
Tony Romo is retiring from the Dallas Cowboys and the NFL, according to several reports, including ESPN's Adam Schefter. According to Schefter, Romo will be released by the Cowboys on Tuesday and Romo will accept a position …