Tony Romo Reportedly Being Pursued By FOX, CBS To Join TV Crew

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We’re several weeks into the new NFL year, and Tony Romo’s future in the league still is uncertain.

It’s been widely expected that Romo eventually will move on from the Dallas Cowboys, either by release or trade. There have been a couple teams rumored to be interested in Romo if/when he’s done with Dallas, namely the Houston Texans and Denver Broncos.

But at 36 years old with an extensive injury history, who knows if Romo will have enough left in the tank to compete at a high level in the NFL? If he does opt to hang up his cleats, it appears the four-time Pro Bowl selection won’t be short of job opportunities post-football.

At present, Romo still is on the Cowboys’ roster, so we’ll have to wait on Jerry Jones to see how the QB’s career ends up panning out.

Thumbnail photo via Aaron Doster/USA TODAY Sports Images

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