When news broke of Romo's new role as lead NFL analyst for CBS, rumors immediately swirled that because of his connection to golf that the network would introduce him at a tournament during its coverage. According to a report from NFL.com writer Kevin Patra, that's exactly what will happen this weekend at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational. Romo will make his broadcasting debut on the 18th hole for a few moments alongside Jim Nantz and Nick Faldo. CBS Sports Producer Lance Barrow broke the news at Colonial Country Club during a black-tie event on Monday night.
From Dallas field general to lead NFL analyst on CBS to the 18th hole booth, Romo is working on quite a resume. Depending on how he fares this weekend, Nick Faldo might want to watch his back.