Months After Signing With CBS, Tony Romo Just Got An Offer To…

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The Dallas Cowboys are starting their life without Tony Romo.

The Cowboys former franchise quarterback, Tony Romo, has officially retired.  He is heading off to take his talents to the tv booth, but will never be forgotten.  It isn’t known what kind of play caller the former quarterback will be, but you have to assume he will do just fine.

Tony Romo is in the running to guest host ESPN’s Around the Horn!

According to, Romo is being considered as a guest host of a popular ESPN show.  Romo is one of 24 candidates being looked at to guest host ESPN’s Around the Horn next week.

The show has been around and viewed by many since its debut in 2002.  It has been one of the popular shows that the network has put out there.  It consists of a panel of four sportswriters from around the country.  The four panelists discuss all the hot topics at the time around the sports world.

The normal host, Tony Reali awards points to the sportswriters as they discuss and make points on the topic at that time.  You can also lose points if Reali feels the need to deduct your score for a point you made.  Each round, the host eliminates the lowest score, therefore, eliminating that person.

A trip to Dallas will be interesting as Romo heads back to the place he called home, this time in the t.v. booth!

Romo could use the practice as he will make his broadcast debut on August 25 as he will call the Kansas City at Seattle preseason game.  He will work alongside Jim Nantz, just as the two will do during the regular season.  The duo will be making a trip to Dallas to call the Cowboys on Thanksgiving.

With the Cowboys being on the news quite a bit lately, it would be interesting to see their former quarterback as the host.  How many points would he award for positive and negative Cowboys takes?

From the negative of all the Ezekiel Elliott news, to the positive of the debut of Jaylon Smith.  It’s been a crazy few months of news regarding the Cowboys organization.  Let’s also not forget the fact that the Cowboys are one of the favorite to represent the NFC in Super Bowl 52.

Would you tune in to watch Around the Horn, if Romo is asked to host?

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