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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Jason Witten Pens Open Letter To Tony Romo Thanking Him For ’14-Years’

Jason Witten will one day enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and it will no doubt be tied to the arm of one Tony Romo. The Cowboys tight end just signed a new four-year extension, but today, he penned an open letter to his former quarterback, thanking him for 14-years of “great memories.”

Tony Romo to Suit Up for Mavericks in Season Finale

Here’s hoping Romo gets the opportunity to get a few buckets as well. Mark Cuban knows how to market his team, so what better way to bring out the Dallas fans, then by having a recently retired Cowboys legend announcing his retirement. A huge basketball fan — Tony Romo will suit up for the Dallas

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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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Report: Romo Interested in offseason Trade to Broncos

When Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo stepped to the podium Tuesday and delivered his courageous speech about conceding to Dak Prescott, he was also confidently telling the other teams around the league, I’m still a really good player. Tony Romo is the epitome of team first, but it looks likely he’ll be the signal caller for

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Romo’s Contract Will Be a Problem If Dallas Goes All In on Dak Prescott

Tony Romo will get his job back as the starting quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys — partly because of the undying loyalty from owner Jerry Jones, with the biggest hinderance to the official start of the Dak Prescott era being a huge contract. According to Andrew Brandt, Jerry Jones can’t afford to part ways or

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Dak Prescott on Being “Smartest” Rookie QB In The League

Sometimes it’s not about how high you are drafted, but where you end up that truly determines your career success in the NFL. For Dak Prescott being a late round pick on a talented team, will now give him the opportunity to show the entire NFL his skill set after Tony Romo’s latest injury. Prescott

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