Will Romo hang up his cleats?

(Frisco, TX)  --  Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is being courted by the television networks. ESPN reports CBS is  making a strong push to add the veteran signal-caller to its broadcast  team. Fox has also expressed interest in Romo becoming an analyst to replace John Lynch, who is now the GM of the San Francisco 49ers.  Romo was expected to be released by Dallas earlier this month, but the  Cowboys are still hoping to pull off a trade.  It's also possible the  36-year-old could retire from playing.  Romo has been injury plagued the last two seasons, with Dak Prescott taking over as the starter last season.

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