With Jay Cutler having moved on to the broadcast booth, Kaepernick holds the mantle as the most expensive player without an NFL home, surprising even given the off-field considerations we knew would follow him.
Logic says Kaepernick should get a similar look as the one the Browns gave Robert Griffin III last year, but that hasn’t happened. The ship probably has sailed on starting jobs for Kaepernick, as neither the Browns nor Texans have shown interest, but at least one team should be looking to add him for a few million.
There’s no reason contending teams with bad backup situations (Dallas, Seattle, etc.), teams with aging QBs and no solution (Arizona) or teams with starters who generally miss time (Pittsburgh) should not reach out. Kaepernick should get a chance before the summer, but the odds grow less certain with each passing week.
Tony Romo retired from the NFL this year for an opportunity to start a career in the broadcast booth.
Before he begins calling NFL games for CBS, the former Cowboys quarterback will debut on the network’s broadcast of the Dean & DeLuca Invitational at Colonial Golf Club, a PGA Tour event in Fort Worth, Texas.
“I think he is going to be great. I think we have the next John Madden on our hands,” CBS sports producer Lance Barrow said of Romo, via GolfChannel.com.
Romo is no stranger to golf. The Pro Cheap Infant Jerseys Bowl quarterback is also a scratch golfer who has attempted to qualify for the U.S. Open on multiple occasions, including this year.
Romo will be seated alongside Jim Nantz and Cheap Jerseys Bing Nick Faldo as a commentator on the 18th green for the tournament.