For over 13 years, Tony Romo has been able to call Dallas home. Wearing that big blue star on his helmet and taking hit after hit on and off the field, the career of the longtime Cowboys QB saw plenty of ups and downs and drew plenty of criticism from the media. Now it looks like the tables will turn as Tony Romo will be replacing Phil Simms as CBS’S top analyst in the broadcast booth.
Often criticized by peers in the media industry, it’s interesting to see Romo decide to take this route, post-NFL. Now he’ll be on the flip side of the camera, giving fans his views on different topics from the game. With his health becoming a concern so late in his career, he’ll still be able to be a part of the game without the risk of injury.
— NFL (@NFL) April 4, 2017
A career that undoubtedly held historic numbers for the Dallas Cowboys, Tony Romo now joins a number of retired football players who have also gone into the broadcast industry.
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