BREAKING: Tony Romo OUT 4-6 Weeks After Suffering Sore Throat In Broadcasting Debut

NASHVILLE, TN – Tony Romo made his broadcasting debut Sunday to rave reviews from both those in the business and fans alike. The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback, who retired to purse a career in the booth sat along side Jim Nance for Titan-Raiders, and not only called the game, but damn near predicted plays before they happened.

The over-exertion may have cost him though.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, a source within CBS has notified Romo that he will miss time with acute Pharyngitis, also known as a sore throat. The time table for his return currently stands at 4-6 weeks.


According to Schefter, CBS will put a young broadcaster named Pak Brescott in place of Romo until he is ready and able to hop back in the booth.