Everyone wants Tony Romo these days, even Fox Sports.
The longtime Cowboys quarterback tweeted his goodbye to the team Thursday amid speculation he would get traded or released this week. Neither of those things have happened, which has left some to believe Romo might retire.
Romo, who turns 37-years-old next month, is wanted by Fox to serve as an analyst in their booth, per ESPN.com. Romo would replace John Lynch, who left to become the 49ers general manager in late January.
Last season Romo started the year by breaking his back during the preseason. He then watched rookie Dak Prescott take his place as the team’s starting quarterback.
Teams like the Texans, who just sent free-agent bust Brock Osweiler to the Browns, and the Broncos are believed to be the most interested in Romo’s services.
Should Romo retire and join the booth, he will do so as Dallas’ franchise leader in passing yards and touchdown passes.
This group isn’t flashy, but it’s more reliable than most. Crawford has always had an outstanding glove, and he has come into his own as a hitter the past few seasons. Belt, finally entrenched as the full-time first baseman, has produced WARs of 3.9 and 4.3 the past two years. Panik hit .309 his first two partial seasons in the majors (173 games total), but dipped to just .239 last year. His bounce-back Cheap Bike Jerseys will be key. Nunez had his best MLB season last year, combining for 16 homers and 40 stolen bases with the Twins and Giants. Can he repeat that? It’s a valid question.