According to reports, former Dallas Cowboy’s QB Tony Romo has announced his retirement from football to join CBS as a TV analyst for NFL Games. Romo will replace Phil Simms in the booth and will be paired with Jim Nantz on the No. 1 crew for CBS NFL games.
I guess it's time to start dressing up. #CBS pic.twitter.com/GseSRiyNOo
— Tony Romo (@tonyromo) April 4, 2017
However, there has been some speculation that Romo’s role at CBS will also include him doing some work as a golf analyst for CBS. Romo has been an avid golfer most of his life and there was even speculation that he may pursue a career as a professional golfer upon his retirement from football. Romo has appeared in numerous Pro-Am golf events and has proven he can definitely swing a club.
Don’t be too surprised to see Romo pop up on your TV screen at some point during this week’s coverage of The Masters on CBS.