Romo's Success Could Change NFL TV Culture

Romo's Success Could Change NFL TV Culture
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On Friday, Aug. 25 Tony Romo's new journey, which will bring as much scrutiny as the one that apparently has ended, begins taking shape when he debuts as CBS' No. 1 NFL analyst working Chiefs-Seahawks.

CBS hasn't exactly kept Romo in the Witness Protection Program while he prepares to replace Phil Simms, working with Jim Nantz (they've done some practice games), but the former (or is it “former”) Cowboys quarterback can expect plenty of doubt and negativity directed toward him when the microphone goes hot for real.

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