We may be hearing a lot more from Tony Romo, but not on the field.
The Dallas Cowboys quarterback announced his retirement early Tuesday morning, but the news that took everyone by surprise was his immediate interest in his broadcasting career.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Romo's future is with CBS as the network plans to partner him with Nantz making him the go-to guy, a job that had previously been held by Phil Simms. There's rumblings that some golf coverage could be in Romo's future as well.
Romo has no previous broadcast experience so this should be interesting to say the least.