Tony Romo is staying within the CBS broadcast sales space, with the edges agreeing to a long-term deal, a community spokesperson showed to more than one retailers Friday evening.
In keeping with the New York Put up, Romo will obtain $17 million in line with 12 months in a deal that is “considerably” longer than 5 years. That will make the previous quarterback the highest-paid NFL analyst in tv historical past.
Romo retired after a 14-season run with the Dallas Cowboys in April 2017, then joined CBS as its lead NFL analyst for the next season. He temporarily wowed audiences along with his research, knack for predicting offensive performs pre-snap and on-air partnership with lead CBS play-by-play guy Jim Nantz.
That made Romo the most up to date commodity in sports activities media this NFL offseason. However earlier than he formally turned into a unfastened agent subsequent month, he struck the deal to stay at CBS.
In keeping with Spotrac.com, Romo made $127.four million in overall right through his NFL occupation. In simply 3 of his 14 seasons, he made greater than $17 million — $17.five million in 2007, $25.five million in ’13 and $17 million in ’15.