The Cowboys took their time after the end of the 2016 season before releasing Tony Romo earlier this month and he’ll be moving on to a job in the CBS broadcast booth alongside Jim Nantz. There was some criticism directed toward Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for the amount of time they took as the process…
Hall of Fame head coach Bill Parcells declined all media requests in the aftermath of the decision of former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo to walk away from football. Parcells has now broken his silence. “I was glad he retired,” Parcells told Gary Myers of the New York Daily News. “Enough is enough. You got to…
Bill Parcells brought Tony Romo into the NFL and now he’s glad he is gone.
The quarterback’s decision to join the broadcast booth had big implications in the NFL’s schedule. The NFL released its schedule for the 2017 season on Thursday evening, and apparently the Houston Texans missed out on playing the Patriots...Show More Summary
As the NFL schedule-makers planned the 2017 season, Tony Romo loomed large. NFL Senior Director of Broadcast Michael North said on NFL Network that he and the others in the league office tasked with putting together the schedule took a lot of time to consider where Romo might go, and how often they could get…
The Kansas City Chiefs will open the season at the New England Patriots in what should be a pretty darned good kickoff to the 2017 NFL season. But there was another team that could have bumped the Chiefs from that spot.. had Tony Romo not hung up the cleats for the microphone. Show More Summary
Tony Romo should call his first Cowboys game in November in the former Dallas quarterback's first season as lead NFL analyst on CBS
Tony Romo’s still going to be working Cowboys games this year, but only two of them. With last night’s schedule release comes word that CBS will have a pair of Dallas games this year, giving the former quarterback and rookie broadcaster a chance to call games featuring his old team. According to Barry Horn of the Dallas Morning…
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Romo should get a couple of Dallas Cowboys games in 2017, including on Thanksgiving
The Texans badly need a cornerback and get one in the SB Nation NFL writers’ mock draft. The Houston Texans have been back into a corner following Tony Romo’s decision to go into broadcasting. That leaves Houston with Tom Savage at quarterback, practically forcing the franchise to take a quarterback in the first round. Show More Summary
Simms breaks his silence.
Phil Simms will be back on CBS despite being replaced as the top in-game analyst.
Phil Simms was added to CBS' NFL Today cast two weeks after he was replaced by Tony Romo on the network’s top broadcast team.
Simms, a game analyst at the network for two decades, was replaced by Tony Romo and will move to the studio instead.
It would have made plenty of sense to make Phil Simms the in-studio NFL Today replacement for Tony Gonzalez at the same time CBS made Tony Romo the new No. 1 game analyst at CBS, supplanting Simms. Apparently, it made too much sense, because it didn’t happen. Instead, after two weeks in limbo, CBS has…
Phil Simms will remain a part of our NFL Sundays, after all. Simms, supplanted by Tony Romo as the lead analyst on CBS’ NFL broadcasts, will stick with CBS but move to “The NFL Today,” the network’s studio show. That’s according to multiple reports including USA Today. Show More Summary
It turns out that Phil Simms will be staying with CBS and moving to the studio, but the transition has been anything but smooth. Following Simms’ replacement by Tony Romo on CBS’ top NFL broadcast team, he told Gary Myers of the NewShow More Summary
Speculation has swirled about Phil Simms’s new role at CBS — if there indeed was going to be one — after the network’s longtime No. 1 color commentator was bumped out of the booth by former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo earlier this month. And now we know: Simms will replace Tony Gonzalez on CBS’s NFL […]
Tony Romo took his spot in the booth with Jim Nantz, but Simms isn’t done. If you were one of the millions of people who breathed a sigh of relief when Tony Romo replaced Phil Simms as a color analyst on CBS, don’t worry. Nothing has changed. Show More Summary