ESPN to Offer Tony Romo a Contract to Make Him the Highest Paid Sportscaster of All-Time; Here is the Deal CBS Will Have to Match

Romo is about it get PAID.

It doesn’t matter if CBS matches the offer or he moves to ESPN.

ESPN is preparing an offer that would make Tony Romo the highest-paid sportscaster in TV history, with a multi-year deal that would pay him between $10 million to $14 million annually, said sources.

If signed by ESPN, Romo could succeed Booger McFarland as the analyst on “Monday Night Football,” said sources. Romo could also potentially quarterback ESPN’s NFL game coverage if parent Disney acquires a Sunday afternoon game package from rival Fox Sports, CBS Sports, and NBC Sports during the next round of NFL TV negotiations in 2020-2021.

CBS also has a right to match any offers for Romo, according to sources.

This would mean Booger McFarland would be out of MNF.

Flip the pages for all the time Booger messed up and all the times Romo got things right.

Robert Littal

Editor in Chief and Founder of BlackSportsOnline