Tony Romo’s second agreement as an NFL TELEVISION analyst looks like something a middling NFL quarterback might command.
Romo is because of make $17 million per season in a record- setting brand-new offer with CBS, Andrew Marchand of the New York City Post reported Friday night. Sources informed Marchand that the agreement is for “significantly more than five years” and might be in excess of $100 million overall.
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CBS had actually not validated Marchand’s report since late Friday.
John Madden held the record for analyst salary at $8 million annually, Marchandreported Madden protected that quantity in the early 2000 s, years after ending up being a broadcasting super star.
Romo was poised to end up being a treasured tv complimentary representative in the spring (ESPN, which has “Monday Night Football,” was reported to be a prospective aggressive suitor), however CBS did what a great deal of NFL teams do: extend financially to keep their stars. The former Cowboys QB is quite a star after 3 seasons as the network’s top game analyst working along with Jim Nantz.
To put Romo’s reported brand-new offer into point of view: The $17 million would put him 17 th amongst the league’s present quarterbacks in regards to salary cap worth for 2020, in between Andy Dalton and Drew Brees, according to Spotrac.com. When the compensation is typical yearly worth for last season’s quarterbacks, Romo does even much better.
By that step, he would have been 14 th, in between Philip Rivers and Dalton. Romo protected an $18 million AAV when he signed a six-year, $108 million agreement extension with the Cowboys in2013
A great deal of that Dallas money was later on mixed around through restructuring, however his CBS money is totally ensured and exempt to innovative cap accounting.
Dak Prescott, you ask? Romo’s follower made $2 million in the final year of his novice agreement with Cowboys in2019 Yes, he will make make a lot more than that as an unlimited complimentary representative in his next agreement, whenever that gets done. He should, in theory, make more than Romo, too.