But, CBS can also reasonably dangle the #1 booth opposite Jim Nantz, replacing Phil Simms in that role.
Simms is 62 years old, and I think it’s fair to say we’ve all “talked about” his much-maligned and frequently entertaining commentary.
Brock Osweiler's ballooned salary is no longer on the hands of the Houston Texans.
The Texans shipped the underperforming quarterback to the Cleveland Browns Thursday, just before the start of the new league year.
With the all the acceptance of being gay now we had no reason not to.
There, all the announcers, from those calling the games to the studio crews and the reporters, were on hand to talk the game and show themselves off.
Osweiler had just seven starts entering 2016.'s Adam Schefter was the first to report the trade, which has since been confirmed by multiple outlets.
Romo said his goodbye to the Cowboys, just minutes after the trade after the trade, on social media.
It can’t be fun for Phil Simms to hear America celebrating his job being given away to somebody else, even more than the country is debating whether that somebody else can even do the job.
The nation is divided on Tony Romo as the next great NFL game analyst …