CBS Responds to Reports It Staged an ‘Intervention’ for NFL Broadcaster Tony Romo

When Tony Romo burst onto the scene as a sportscaster in 2017, he was a breath of fresh air that football fans never knew they needed.
Romo, the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and a shockingly good golfer, had just walked off into the sunset after current Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott had taken his starting role, and was walking into the CBS announcers’ booth with minimal expectations. He exploded past those expectations with unique insights, prescient predictions and his trademark “aw, shucks” persona.
Romo was able to leverage all of that into what the New York Post called “the largest sports analyst contract in TV history” to stay with CBS.

That massive deal was reported to be a 10-year, $180 million contract …

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