Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback turned CBS analyst, Tony Romo, is about to obtain a “substantial elevate” from CBS as soon as his three-year contract expires after subsequent season, according to the New York Post.
The Post’s Andrew Marchand stories Monday that Romo, who earns roughly $four million yearly, has one 12 months left on his deal however CBS is ready to provide him a hefty chunk of change to maintain him with the community.
Romo’s analytical prowess was on full show throughout Sunday’s AFC Championship Game between the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs.
Naturally, different broadcast networks need to signal him as soon as his present deal expires, though, as Marchand notes, CBS has the precise to match any provide he receives.
On prime of the gives he’ll obtain for his experience within the sales space, Romo has additionally garnered curiosity from groups about returning to the sphere. Richard Deitsch of The Athletic not too long ago requested Romo if he has acquired any such contract gives to placed on the pads once more.
“There are legit contract gives and there are, ‘Hey, what are you pondering?'” Romo replied.
Romo and Jim Nantz shall be on the decision yet one more time this season for Super Bowl LIII on February three at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.