Tony Romo never made an NFC Championship Game with the Cowboys, but he will work the AFC Championship Game in his first season with CBS. Romo, 37, could have continued his career with a team other than the Cowboys in the offseason, but he opted to begin a second career as an analyst. He admitted [more]
His memory was incorrect.
The Tennessee Titans entered Saturday night’s playoff game against the New England Patriots as 14-point underdogs, and trailed the Patriots by 14 when the Titans had 4th-and-1 at New England’s 46 with 25 seconds left in the first half. Show More Summary
Tony Romo should be allowed to call every single one of this year’s playoff games. Putting Tony Romo in the commentator’s booth has been one of the best things anyone tangent to the NFL has done this season. Romo is smart and genuine. Show More Summary
The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and CBS Sports announcer talks at CES about ways technology can bring fans closer to the action.
Happy 42nd birthday, Tiger Woods. Butch Harmon believes Tiger Woods is back for real (as does Tony Romo). Greg Norman not so much. Las Vegas gives the four-time Masters winner a pretty good shot to earn his fifth green jacket. And Jack...Show More Summary
Sunday, December 31st NY Jets at New England (1 PM, CBS) Jim Nantz, Tony Romo Cleveland at Pittsburgh (1 PM, CBS) Spero Dedes, Adam Archuleta Houston at Indianapolis (1 PM, CBS) Tom McCarthy, Steve Beuerlein, Steve Tasker Chicago atShow More Summary
Remember back in April when CBS made a big move to hire Tony Romo as its “A” NFL on CBS analyst? It displaced Phil Simms, who had been CBS’s top analyst dating back to 1998, and sent him to the studio at The NFL Today. After years of...Show More Summary
"Tiger Woods is back."
“Tiger Woods is back.”
Romo took a shot at Belichick!
Romo has no chill.
On the day before Christmas in Alberto Riveron’s house, what “catch” won’t be a “catch?”
In the final seconds of the Patriots-Steelers showdown Sunday, Pittsburgh tight end Jesse James caught was appeared to be a go-ahead touchdown, before the call was overturned upon review, in the latest example of the NFL’s bizarre and counterintuitive catch rule. Show More Summary
In a word: Preparation
Tony Romo breaks it down.
Tony Romo: good at quarterback, good in the broadcast booth, not good at dancing.