Former Cowboys QB Tony Romo Joining CBS in NFL Coverage for 2017

CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus announced on Tuesday that now former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will be joining the network’s NFL team for the upcoming season, John Breech of CBS Sports reports.

The former Cowboys quarterback will be the lead NFL game analyst at CBS, where he’ll be paired with lead announcer Jim Nantz and sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson on the network’s No. 1 NFL team.

“Tony has been one of the NFL’s biggest stars for the past decade, and we are thrilled to welcome him to CBS Sports,” McManus said on Tuesday. “He will bring the same passion, enthusiasm and knowledge that he displayed on the field to the broadcast booth. He brings a fresh and insightful perspective to our viewers having just stepped off the field. We know Tony will quickly develop into a terrific analyst, and alongside Jim Nantz, will become a must-listen for fans each week.”

Romo’s future has been up in the air since free agency began on March 9, and after a month of mulling it over, Romo felt that making the move to CBS was the best choice.

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