CBS may give Tony Romo a massive raise to continue calling NFL games
Two years ago, CBS took a chance in hiring the Dallas Cowboys QB to become its lead analyst for NFL games without any broadcast experience. Yet Romo has proven to be a massive success, which could lead to a "TV free-agent sweepstakes" when his contract expires after next season. Romo is currently making around $4 million a year.
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