Tony Romo continues to be asked if he'll play football again and his answer remains the same.
Romo said in a recent interview with cbssports.com he did have some other media opportunities prior to accepting the CBS offer.
"I've been grinding with CBS and getting ready for that", he said during a press conference for the 28th annual ACC at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course. Was he supposed to watch the field? "So I think that part of it I probably have to find a fine line, because the standard for playing this game is just, it's high". Do you watch the monitor? I get to be passionate about the game, hopefully teach a little bit, hopefully make it a little bit entertaining along the way.
"And so all these little things that you had to learn the nuances of it, some people can tell you, but I really just wanted to experience it and go through it", he said.
And we just figured out, and I give CBS credit for finding an avenue to make that happy. It gives me a chance to compete, get better and improve.
Plans for the National Fantasy Football Convention, as the Romo-Alberth event is named, have been scuttled over NFL legal hassles twice before, the first time when the NFL blocked player participation at a convention scheduled for a Las Vegas casino.
Archer reported April 14 that some inside the league believe Romo would consider returning in order to win a Super Bowl-arguably the most glaring omission on his resume as a player. That's what you're evaluating. "I know if they stay injury free they'll have a chance to come back and do the same thing this year". With no more football to play, Romo has been able to work on his golf game.
As the summer goes on, he will be kept busy by his new job and the pressure that comes with it. "The type of football team they have, they should be". But I've learned over the years, if you want to have a chance to be good, when you step up there, you gotta own it. And then part of that was there's - so many little parts to it.