Ex-Cowboys QB Tony Romo Is Reportedly Seeking Record $10 Million Annually to Stay at CBS

Tony Romo is reportedly looking to go where no TV analyst has gone before.

Eight-figure territory.

Representatives of the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback-turned-CBS broadcaster are seeking a contract extension that would pay him $10 million annually, Sporting News' Michael McCarthy reported Tuesday.

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Romo's current contract -- a three-year deal worth $4 million per year, according to Sporting News -- expires after the 2019 season, which could set off a bidding war for his services if he becomes a free agent.

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