Following controversy surrounding Tony Romo, CBS Sports’ broadcaster this week on Wednesday, it has been revealed that the network bosses orchestrated an investigation. “intervention”He will be able to talk with him about his poor performances in the radio broadcast booth.
CBS execs reportedly flew to Romo’s home in Dallas, Texas, several times last year to review game film to help him get his mojo back, the New York Post reported.
CBS executives reacted to this Post’sReport it, and call it “a complete mischaracterization”They were not present at the meeting. They stated they “meet regularly with our on-air talent”Discussions and critiquing.
Romo joined the network in a very short time. He signed a $17million contract with CBS for 2020, after his sudden retirement from NFL. This contract was his highest-paid television game analyst.
However, CBS suitors are clearly unhappy about his performance and believe that he has lost his relationship with Jim Nantz.
The paper added that executives reviewed tapes, had dinner and discussed the former player’s work on air. Insiders claim it hasn’t done much for the network so far.
It’s a high-stakes year for the Super Bowl, as CBS will broadcast it in 2024, with Romo, Nantz, and Nantz.
Fans and reporters have both criticized Romo. He was also criticized earlier this week over what many felt was his almost-disaster with a racial insult. He was not a racist, many insisted. “nearly said the n-word” during his call of the second half of Sunday’s AFC Championship game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Van Lathan Jr. of Ringer Podcast led the criticism, believing he heard Romo speak the letter. “n”Then he pauses. Luther understood this to mean that he was caught before uttering his n-word.
Tony Romo was almost able to use the N word 😳@VanLathan investigates (w/ @TheRachLindsay 😂) pic.twitter.com/HQzih0UBgW
— Oluwajomiloju (@JomiAdeniran) January 30, 2023
However, Romo did not say what he was going to say. However, many of his fans were stunned by what they saw. It is more probable that he meant to say it. “Niners,”It is more than the n word.
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