If Tony Romo the NFL analyst is indeed a work in progress, as CBS Sports boss Sean McManus likes to say, the former Cowboys quarterback someday just may be worthy of mention in the same sentence as John Madden. Admittedly, I thought Colleyville's Lance Barrow, CBS' lead golf producer and former lead NFL producer, was delusional when he mentioned Romo and Madden in the same breath at a Colonial event back in May. But Barrow, who once worked at CBS with Madden, may have been on to something. After regional broadcasts the first two weeks of the season, Romo made his national debut alongside Jim Nantz at Sunday's Cincinnati Bengals-Green Bay Packers game. Romo now has a "boffo" hat trick. To a bag
“It’s not about free speech,” Mnuchin said during an appearance on “This Week” on ABC News. “They can do free speech on their own time. The topic has exploded over the last two days, ever since Trump, in a Friday speech to supporters in Alabama, criticized National Football League players who have used pre-game ceremonies to speak out against police mistreatement of African-Americans and racism in American society more generally.
More and more owners are responding to the comments from President Trump regarding anthem protests. “The NFL specifically, and football in general, has always unified our communities and families,” Texans owner Bob McNair, a Republican, said in a statement released by the team. Texans players are caring, intelligent men who do so much good, as was shown in the past month when our city was devastated by Hurricane Harvey.