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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher 

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has decided to step away from the NFL and retire. Just one day ago, the Cowboys gave teams an opportunity to talk to him. 

He will be designated as a June 1 release. 

The Cowboys are expected to release him on Tuesday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. He is than expected to chose from CBS, NFL or NBC as a color commentator. 

Tony Romo (Getty Images)

Tony Romo (Getty Images)

CBS has reportedly made an offer to him that is reportedly going to be too difficult to pass up. He would be a part of their “A” team with Jim Natz, replacing former New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms. 

Fox Sports would put Romo, if he goes there, on their “B” team. He would replace John Lynch, who has become the new San Francisco 49ers head coach. 

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