Tony Romo will be the biggest name in CBS’ football coverage this season, but he’ll start his broadcasting career far from a football stadium. Romo’s broadcasting debut will be at an under-the-radar golf tournament. Clarence Hill ofShow More Summary
You won’t have to wait until the NFL season begins to see how Tony Romo will do as a broadcaster for CBS Sports. In fact, you’ll only have to wait until this weekend, when Romo makes his debut as a commentator on the 18th hole of the Dean & DeLuca Invitational, a PGA Tour event […]
Romo announcing a little bit of golf? Interesting.
With Tony Romo leaving the Dallas Cowboys to head to CBS as their new A-team NFL color commentator, there’s been a fair bit of discussion about if he might have a role on the network’s golf coverage as well. Romo is an avid golfer (he entered the U.S. Show More Summary
Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will play in the annual celebrity golf tournament at Lake Tahoe this summer for the first time in five years
CBS is obviously quite excited about the addition of former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo to their broadcast booth. The network is so happy to have him that Romo is going to get his first appearance in the booth during this weekend’s PGA Tour stop at the Dean and DeLuca Invitational at Colonial Country Club…
How about that playlist?
How about that playlist?
Tony Romo sure seems to be enjoying his retirement. Aside from the new gig at CBS Sports, Romo has been feted by the Dallas Mavericks, tried (and failed) to qualify for golf’s U.S. Open, and was even celebrated by the Texas Legislature earlier this month. Show More Summary
Romo played DJ at a charity event and got Ezekiel Elliott on stage for 'O.P.P.'
Romo’s setlist included some Guns ‘n’ Roses and Naughty by Nature. Over the past couple of months, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo retired from the NFL and joined CBS as a lead game analyst. Romo has been staying busy since,...Show More Summary
Neither Tony Romo nor Marshawn Lynch was required to pay back bonus money when they retired
Tony Romo & Jay Cutler better LISTEN UP... one of the greatest voices in the history of sportscasting is about to give you a foolproof tip on how to kill it behind the mic. We got Al Michaels out at the Palm in Beverly Hills and asked him if…
Tony Romo makes his first big post-retirement appearance! The 37-year-old former Cowboys quarterback, who is now a commentator for CBS Sports, attended the 2017 CBS Upfronts on Wednesday (May 17) in New York City. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Tony Romo He was joined by other stars on the network, including James Corden, [...]
Tony Romo and Jay Cutler will be under intense scrutiny in each ex-quarterback's first year in the broadcast booth.
Former Patriots tackle Sebastian Vollmer is learning how to be a broadcaster this week — even though he’s not a quarterback. And unlike Tony Romo, he’s willing to say he’s retired. Via Mike Reiss of ESPN.com, Vollmer said in an interview with SiriusXM NFL Radio that he was retiring. He’s going through the league’s broadcast…
There’s been plenty of discussion out there of the trials Tony Romo and Jay Cutler will face in jumping straight from playing to high-level game analyst jobs, with Boomer Esiason calling it “a trial by fire” and Romo himself admitting...Show More Summary
The ostensibly retired Tony Romo has been honored by the Dallas Mavericks and the Texas state legislature, but Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told the team’s website that he has no plans to celebrate the 14-year career of one of the most popular quarterbacks in team history. At least not yet. “Is the idea that […]