Tony Romo has suitors for his services both on and off the field.
In addition to NFL teams looking to add the longtime Dallas Cowboys' quarterback, sports media has also begun headhunting him. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, FOX Sports are targeting Romo to replace John Lynch on the broadcast, and he reportedly has offers from other networks as well.
Despite this report there is no indication that Romo is considering hanging up his cleats. There are teams interested in him, and the Cowboys appear ready to field offers before eventually waiving him.
The Cowboys brought Romo aboard as an undrafted free agent out of Eastern Illinois, and he became the team's franchise quarterback in 2006.
During his career with the Cowboys, Romo completed 65.3% of his passes for 34,183 yards and 248 touchdowns to 117 interceptions, sporting a 97.1 passer rating.
He would certainly make as good an analyst as FOX believes, and Cowboys' fans would certainly love it.
Source: ESPN · Photo Credit: Images Courtesy of Keystone Press