Details on Phil Simms New Role With CBS After Losing Job as Lead Analyst to Tony Romo

Phil Simms and Tony Romo will be linked for years to come, and could cross paths. Phil Simms spoke with Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch about moving to The NFL Today studio show. “Listen, I didn’t make any comments for a lot of reasons and you want to sit there and think about it,” Simms said.

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Phil Simms Breaks His Silence after Being Replaced on CBS by Tony Romo

Phil Simms will not be going away quietly. The now removed lead CBS commentator made his first public comment since being replaced in the booth by the former Cowboys star. “I am not done,” Simms told Gary Myers of the New York Daily News in a text message. Simms made it clear that he won’t

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Tony Romo to Retire, Accept Broadcasting Job

This a stunning move, but one that makes sense. Tony Romo is retiring and moving into the broadcast booth, according to an ESPN.com report. Even more shocking, the Cowboys had finally planned on releasing the injury-plagued quarterback on Tuesday. Romo, 36, will be in high demand, with reported huge offers coming in from FOX and

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Chris Simms On Whether He Accepted Cash At Texas

This is the same Chris Simms that arrived on the Texas campus as a true freshman in a limousine? Simms, 34, filled in as a co-host on CBSSports Radio’s Tiki and Tierney on Thursday, and he had this to say about his time in Austin, in regards to accepting improper benefits. “They didn’t pay me,

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Chris Simms: Phil’s TV role limits Matt’s NFL Chances

According to Chris Simms — reverse nepotism has prevented Matt Simms from getting the opportunity to become a quality starter in the NFL. Instead of the Simms name giving his younger brother opportunities to flourish, Chris said in a WFAN interview that his younger brother – who was the third-stringer for the Jets the past

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Phil Simms Considering Not Using ‘Redskins’ Name During Games

CBS Sports lead NFL analyst Phil Simms is considering not using the Redskins nickname on air during games according to the Associated Press.  NEW YORK (AP) — CBS lead analyst Phil Simms is considering referring to the Redskins only as “Washington” when he broadcasts the team’s game against the Giants next month. Simms will work the

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Phil Simms Says He’s Not Impressed By The QB’s In 2014 Draft Class

Phil Simms had pretty good talent as an NFL quarterback, and he’s performed even better as a CBS NFL analyst. When asked to evaluate the 2014 quarterback class that’s set to be drafted, Simms didn’t pull any punches in clarifying that he’s not particularly impress with this draft class according to CBS Sports.  Simms says he

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Phil Simms Says It Will Be Hard For Tim Tebow To Ever Be An NFL Starter

Tim Tebow is sitting in quarterback purgatory right now, not sure about his future, and unsure where he’ll end up.  Many pundits wonder where Tebow will end up, and some wonder if he can ever be productive. You can now add former Giants quarterback and CBS commentator Phil Simms to the list of those who

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Phil Simms Says Fouts, Marino, And Moon Were Not Elite Either

Phil Simms wants everyone to know that just because he’s not a Hall of Famer, doesn’t mean he can’t speak his mind. The former Giants Super Bowl winning quarterback caught some flack yesterday for saying current Giants quarterback and 2 time Super Bowl Champion Eli Manning is not an elite quarterback. Today Simms was still

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