Tony Romo is, in fact, retiring from football to begin his career in broadcasting. We know this for certain now because it came straight from the man himself on Tuesday afternoon.
Tony Romo has decided to close the book on his football career, but that does not mean he will be far from the game in 2017.
LaVar Ball has been everywhere the past month or so, and there seems to be no end in sight to his ubiquitousness.
Many expected Rex Ryan to explore the possibility of landing a full-time job in television after he was fired by the Buffalo Bills, and that is apparently exactly what he has decided to do.
The show Bill Simmons launched shortly after he signed a deal with HBO was a colossal failure, and it appears as though he will never live it down.
ESPN host Sam Ponder responded to some of her Twitter trolls on Tuesday, and she did not hold back.
Dan Le Batard heard it from all comers on Thursday after his criticism of Magic Johnson, but the most notable response came from Michael Wilbon.
Chris Bosh will be visible to NBA fans over the next month, but it won’t be for playing in games.