Few in the NFL believe that Dallas Cowboys star Tony Romo’s decision to join CBS as an analyst means he's done with football, writes Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report. He quotes one AFC general manager saying that there is a 100% chance that Romo will return to play football next season. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones held back Romo's move to another team, demanding too much in return for any potential trade, according to Freeman. He theorises that Romo is now free to come out of retirement and join any team without needing to compensate Jones.
For Tony Romo to leave CBS and play football again is not just unlikely, it’s unadvisable, according to a Sports Day interview with former NFL quarterback Babe Laufenberg. He argues that Romo, who turns 37 this month, should take care of his ageing body rather than risk his longterm health anymore. Having only played a small amount of games over the past two years due to injuries shows that Romo is hardly at his best, in Laufenberg’s opinion. He encourages Romo to use his experience and prove himself as a CBS analyst.