Tony Romos was a seamless transition from the gridiron to the broadcast booth, one that has paid off handsomely for the former Cowboys quarterback. Romo — who retired from Dallas in April 2017 before joining CBS as its lead color analyst the following season — quickly found he had a talent for in-game analysis.
What is Tony Romos job?
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What happen to Tony Romo?
Former Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo, the lead analyst at CBS, will not be in the NFL booth on Sunday. CBS announced that Romo will miss the game between the Arizona Cardinals and the Los Angeles Rams because of COVID-19 protocols.
Tony Romo is staying at CBS, signing a long-term deal to remain as the networks lead NFL analyst. Since 2017, Romo has worked alongside play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz. Romo received praise for his knack for predicting the plays that teams would run.
How much did Tony Romo make with the Dallas Cowboys?
According to Spotrac, Romo made $127.4 million in total during his NFL career, averaging $9.1 million per season. Romo only made more than $17 million in three seasons: $17.5 million in 2007; $25.5 million in 2013; and $17 million in 15. Romos current contract would eclipse that total in just over seven seasons.
How much is Patrick Mahomes getting paid?
Per Spotrac, Mahomes is set to make $10.825 million in 2020: $825,000 in base salary and a $10 million signing bonus. Heres how that contract paid out over the 2020 season, playoffs included: Per game: $636,764.71.
What is Travis Kelce salary?
Kelce signed a four-year contract extension worth more than $57 million in August. That deal calls for a $5.25 million base salary in 2021 with a $7 million roster bonus, creating a $13.25 million cap hit for the upcoming season, according to Over the Cap.