$14 Million May Sound High, but It's the Right Price for Tony Romo

Clay Travis is reacting to the report that ESPN is preparing to offer current CBS analyst Tony Romo a whopping $14 million to become their next Monday Night Football star. Is all that money worth paying to Tony Romo for ESPN? That is the question that Clay Travis is asking his Outkick crew.

The crew gives their reaction to the eye opening number, and tell you if they believe that money is worth spending for a talent like Romo. Clay Travis argues that $14 million dollars is merely a "rounding error" for ESPN, and that ESPN should probably make the offer.

CBS has the right to match any offer that ESPN makes, but would they be willing to match it for that size of a check? It's definitely an interesting storyline heading into the NFL offseason.

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Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis

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