The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and current analyst on CBS' NFL broadcasts is in line to receive a hefty raise, The New York Post's Andrew Marchand reported Monday, citing sources. And that's where the Rangers come into play.
For the most comprehensive local coverage, subscribe today. Romo now earns around $4 million per season, but CBS reportedly is prepared to make him the highest-paid National Football League analyst in order to keep him out of broadcasting free agency.
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Perhaps Romo's best call of the night, website the Spun noted, was when he predicted what the Patriots might do on 4th and 1 late in the fourth quarter, with the Chiefs ahead 21-17.
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Krzyzewski also shares insight into how he handles the "demons" in success with balance and commitment to moving forward. At that point, Virginia was shooting 63.1 percent from the field, including an eye-popping 19-of-23 in the paint.
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After comedian Kevin Hart stepped down from hosting the event, the producers for the show elected to air without a main host. He has also been nominated for this role in the British Academy Film Awards, Dorian Awards, and Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Media critics and everyday fans alike acknowledged on social media that Romo's commentary on the CBS broadcast of the Patriots-Chiefs battle for the AFC championship seemed almost flawless.
Now on the verge of wrapping up his second full season in the booth by calling the Super Bowl, Romo is expected to be offered a lucrative deal to extend his CBS contract past next season.
Both Fox and ESPN were reportedly willing to pay Peyton Manning as much as $10 million per year after he retired, according to Sporting News, however Manning turned them down.