ESPN could make Tony Romo highest paid sportscaster in history: Report

Romo could take over the analyst role on 'Monday Night Football'

The big money in sports is usually paid to those on the field, but a former player turned broadcaster could soon be scoring a huge financial touchdown.

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ESPN is preparing to make former quarterback Tony Romo the highest-paid sportscaster, according to Front Office Sports.

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The CBS announcer would reportedly be paid between $10 million to $14 million annually, according to sources.

Romo could take over the analyst role on "Monday Night Football."

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Romo is finishing up the final year of his initial three-year deal with CBS that paid him $4 million a year.

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According to Front Office Sports, CBS has the right to match the ESPN offer.