Cowboys QB Tony Romo retiring, replacing Phil Simms at CBS (The Associated Press)

Tony Romo couldn’t bring himself to use the word ”retired” and didn’t have an answer for whether he would have decided to replace another former quarterback in Phil Simms as lead analyst for CBS if he hadn’t lost his starting job in Dallas. This much Romo did know: Teams were interested in him continuing his chase for an elusive Super Bowl, and he couldn’t pass up a chance to go straight from the field to a No. 1 booth with Emmy Award-winning play-by-play man Jim Nantz. ”It reminds me of my rookie year where you really don’t know anything,” Romo said.