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Dallas Cowboys Legend Tony Romo To Make Broadcast Debut This Weekend

Antonio Ramiro Romo. It’s a name that gives most Dallas Cowboys fans butterflies, and it’s one that all football (and golf?) fans need to get used to since they’ll be hearing it a lot. CBS’ newest leading man is getting in his first real reps with his new blazer, and they’re coming in an environment that he knows pretty well… the golf course. Golf Digest on Twitter Tony Romo will make his golf broadcasting debut this week at the Dean & Deluca Invitational: https://t.co/mJoMbc9EZo This news broke courtesy of The Ben Hogan Award’s Twitter feed and a Periscope video, as CBS Sports...

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CBS producer calls Tony Romo the next Madden; Romo’s golf booth debut

Legendary CBS Sports Producer Lance Barrow broke a little Tony Romo news at the Ben Hogan award ceremony Monday night, while also making the boldest of predictions about the former …

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2017 NFL Draft: Biggest sleepers and under-the-radar players

When Dak Prescott took over for Tony Romo after the now-broadcaster suffered a back injury in the Dallas Cowboys’ preseason slate, many would’ve never guessed he’d turn into a Pro Bowl quarterback in his first NFL season. Well, the former Mississippi State signal caller went onto become just that, collecting 3,667 passing yards and 29 […] The post 2017 NFL Draft: Biggest sleepers and under-the-radar players appeared first on Land of 10.

NFL Free Agency 2017: Tony Romo found the easiest way to get to the Super Bowl | Uffsides

The Uffsides crew reviews and grades all the biggest NFL free agency decisions, including Tony Romo to CBS, Alshon Jeffery to the Eagles, Eddie Lacy to the Seahawks, and Jay Cutler's wang to the salty ocean air.

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Why Jerry Jones is happy Tony Romo isn't playing for someone other than the Cowboys

Tony Romo's retirement seems to have solved a headache for Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.Now he won't have to worry about seeing his former quarterback line up opposite his team.In a pre-draft news conference on Monday, Jones explained why Romo's retirement and move to CBS is a relief for him and the Cowboys."Yes. I think if he were [playing for another team], they would be real competition for us this year," Jones said.Romo, who lost his starting to spot to Dak Prescott last season while out with an injury, was at one time tied to possible jobs in Denver and Houston before announcing his...

Tony Romo receives letter from Jason Witten

Cowboys' TE Jason Witten sent out a touching note about his relationship with Tony Romo while they played together.

Tony Romo's broadcasting future looks bright

Tony Romo's analysis prior to Super Bowl 50 has convinced Rich Eisen that Romo can make it in broadcasting.