ESPN Wants Romo To Join Broadcasting Team


Published on January 14 2020 6:43 am
Last Updated on January 16 2020 6:08 am

ESPN wants former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo to join their broadcasting team, and they're ready to offer a lot of money to lure him from CBS. ‘Front Office Sports’ reports that ESPN is preparing to offer Romo between $10 million and $14 million annually. Romo became a hit with fans as a broadcaster after he left playing and joined CBS, with viewers liking his enthusiasm and ability to predict plays.


Patriots' Chung Charges Dismissed

New England Patriots safety patrick Chung has had a New Hampshire cocaine possession charge conditionally dismissed. Under the terms, he must remain on good behavior for two years, undergo periodic drug testing and do 40 hours of community service. Chung was charged after police came to his home last June on a "call to service" and found a small amount of the drug.