Besides the rumors surrounding where Tom Brady will be headed for the 2020 season and beyond, the NFL offseason has also been dealing with where Tony Romo might be headed to and how much money he would be receiving.
Instead of to a football team, the retired QB was set to hit free agency in the broadcasting booth, but CBA made sure he wasn’t going anywhere by inking him to a massive extension with CBS on Friday night that will reportedly pay him $17 million per year.
Saints WR Michael Thomas took to Twitter to share his thoughts, saying “That’s why we shouldn’t sign the new CBA agreement, no way the announcer should be making more than 90 percent of the players.”
Browns WR Odell Beckham Jr. had a more comedic approach as he stated: “I’m done playing football! I just wanna be an announcer now.”
Odell is making $18 million per season with the Cleveland Browns.
Last season, OBJ finished with 74 receptions for 1,035 yards and four touchdowns.