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Tony Romo, CBS agree on record-breaking contract worth $17 million annually

28 days ago   |   By Yardbarker

Tony Romo will remain with CBS for the foreseeable future after he agreed on a record-breaking contract that pays roughly $17 million annually, per Andrew Marchand of the New York Post. That's not quite NFL quarterback money, but it's a boatload of cash, to be sure. Romo was being pursued by other big networks this winter after hitting the open market following his initial three years as the color commentator for CBS' biggest NFL games every week. He quickly gained newfound fame for his uncanny ability to predict what teams would do, live on air, and is a total natural in the booth. Now...
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CBS re-signs broadcasting star Tony Romo to massive contract extension

1 month ago   |   By Washingtonpost

The star analyst will remain at the network where he got his start with a deal that, per a source, makes him the highest paid broadcaster in history.
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Report: CBS to retain Romo at $17M annually

1 month ago   |   By ESPN

Tony Romo will receive $17 million per year in a deal the New York Post says is significantly longer than five years. That would make him the highest-paid NFL analyst in television history.
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NFL on CBS analyst Tony Romo staying with CBS Sports on a long-term contract extension

1 month ago   |   By CBSSports

Romo joined CBS Sports in April 2017 and was part of the announcing team for Super Bowl LIII
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Tony Romo is the GOAT broadcaster according to his new deal

1 month ago   |   By FanSided

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback, Tony Romo, is the GOAT broadcaster according to a new deal which seems him collecting a cool $17 million, per season. According to the New York Post's Andrew Marchand, Tony Romo has become the highest-paid NFL analyst in TV history after he signed an approximate $17 million per season contract. The former Dallas Cowboys...
Tony Romo is the GOAT broadcaster according to his new deal - FanSided - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Technology - 300+ Sites
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Tony Romo to earn approximately $17 million per year in new deal with CBS, per reports

1 month ago   |   By USA Today

Tony Romo is staying at CBS, signing a long-term deal to remain as the network's lead NFL analyst. The deal is worth $17 million a year, per reports.
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Tony Romo's reported record salary with CBS rivals what top NFL QBs are getting

Tony Romo's reported record salary with CBS rivals what top NFL QBs are getting

1 month ago   |   By Sporting News

Romo's second deal as the network's top NFL analyst compares favorably to the contract values of active signal-callers.
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NFL Rumors: Tony Romo, CBS Agree To New Contract Worth Record-Breaking Amount

1 month ago   |   By NESN

Tony Romo landing a massive contract as a broadcaster always was more of a when than if scenario.
The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback has become the NFL's most gifted analyst since joining CBS upon his retirement, and he's going to be paid handsomely as a result. According to The New York Post's Andrew Marchand, the network and Romo have agreed to a new deal.
Breaking: Tony Romo and CBS have agreed to a deal that will make him the highest NFL analyst in TV history in a deal that will pay him around $17 million per season, according to sources.
Story up shortly.
- Andrew Marchand February...
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Report: CBS to pay Romo $17M per season on new deal

1 month ago   |   By TheScore

CBS has reached a new deal with lead NFL analyst Tony Romo that will pay him around $17 million per season, Andrew Marchand of the New York Post reports , citing sources. The contract would make Romo the highest-paid NFL analyst in TV history. More to come. Copyright © 2020 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.
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Report: Tony Romo becomes highest-paid NFL analyst in TV history

1 month ago   |   By Sportsnet

Broadcaster Tony Romo has agreed to a new deal with CBS that will pay him approximately $17 million per season, according to Andrew Marchand of the New York Post. The figure represents the richest contract for an NFL analyst in television history.
Breaking: Tony Romo and CBS have agreed to a deal that will make him the highest NFL analyst in TV history in a deal that will pay him around $17 million per season, according to sources.
Story up shortly.
- Andrew Marchand February 29, 2020
Romo's deal is more than double the previous high of John Madden's $8 million per year, which would be...
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Tony Romo, CBS Reportedly Agree to Long-Term Contract Worth $17M Annually

1 month ago   |   By Bleacher Report

NFL color commentator Tony Romo and CBS reportedly have agreed to a long-term deal worth $17 million per year. Andrew Marchand of the New York Post reported the salary figure and noted it would make Romo highest-paid NFL analyst ever...
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Report: Tony Romo, CBS agree on record-breaking contract worth $17 million annually

1 month ago   |   By Yardbarker

Tony Romo will remain with CBS for the foreseeable future after he agreed on a record-breaking contract that pays roughly $17 million annually, per Andrew Marchand of the New York Post. That's not quite NFL quarterback money, but it's a boatload of cash, to be sure. Romo was being pursued by other big networks this winter after hitting the open market following his initial three years as the color commentator for CBS' biggest NFL games every week. He quickly gained newfound fame for his uncanny ability to predict what teams would do, live on air, and is a total natural in the booth. Now...
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NFL analyst Tony Romo agrees to $17M per year to stay at CBS

NFL analyst Tony Romo agrees to $17M per year to stay at CBS

1 month ago   |   By New York Post

Tony Romo has agreed to the largest sports analyst contract in TV history with CBS that will prevent him from reaching the free-agent market where ESPN was poised to aggressively bid for him,
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Tony Romo stays with CBS, at $17 million per year

1 month ago   |   By Pro Football Talk

At times it seemed like it was going to be close enough to make a grown man say “ooooo” and “eeeee.” In the end, however, Tony Romo opted to stay put. John Ourand of Sports Business Journal reports that Romo has signed a long-term deal to stay at CBS. Andrew Marchand of the New York
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