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Tony Romo wins high praise for his broadcast debut

Tony Romo didn’t shock the world when he announced his retirement after last season; the Dallas Cowboys had bounced him in favor of Dak Prescott, and no other situation offered Romo the kind of offensive line protection he would have enjoyed in Dallas. But the news that he’d be taking over as CBS Sports’ No. 1 analyst, alongside Jim Nantz, raised a few eyebrows. Romo? A first-team announcer as a rookie? Really? Really.
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