CBS is reportedly looking at Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo as a color man and as a potential replacement for Phil Simms.
With his future with the Dallas Cowboys up in the air, could Tony Romo be going to the broadcast booth?
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, CBS is looking at Romo as a potential replacement for Phil Simms in the broadcast booth.
One tidbit on #Cowboys QB Tony Romo: CBS is eyeing him as a potential replacement for Phil Simms in the booth. A big-time opportunity looms.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 29, 2017
Besides going to the broadcast booth, there are other options for the Cowboys quarterback. Romo could remain with the Cowboys as a backup for Dak Prescott, which likely won’t happen. He could also be traded to a team like the Houston Texans or the Denver Broncos or be released.
CBS isn’t the only network that is going after the quarterback. Fox wants to replace John Lynch with the Cowboys quarterback, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Schefter notes that the quarterback’s goal is to play.
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If Romo does go to CBS, he would be the second Cowboys quarterback to go to the broadcast booth as Troy Aikman joined FOX after his career ended. The move would be a good one since Simms is one of the most hated broadcasters and fans have criticized him on Twitter, most notably according to Cindy Boren of the Washington Post.
Someone who has never seen football could do Phil Simms's job better than he can pic.twitter.com/2WT9DCOhKE
— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) January 10, 2016
Phil Simms already a trainwreck and it's 8:09.
— Scott Kacsmar (@FO_ScottKacsmar) January 10, 2016
Phil Simms just said the rain will start to impact the game and then five minutes later said it won't hinder Roethlisberger
— Jake Powers (@jakewpowers) January 10, 2016
"Well that kind of brings up what I want to talk about when you talk about what they're trying to accomplish tonight." — Phil Simms
— Chris Chase (@FireChrisChase) January 10, 2016
If you ask Phil Simms an essay question, everything that happens from there is your own damn fault.
— Doug Farrar (@BR_DougFarrar) January 10, 2016
"those gloves helped a lot" -Phil Simms after AJ Mccarron throws a ball that almost gets picked off
— BadGalAli (@aliweitz) January 10, 2016
— Benstonium (@Benstonium) January 10, 2016