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Historically, former Cowboys players have become good TV analysts

Tony Romo's place in Dallas Cowboys QB history

How Romo's stats compare to other Cowboys quarterbacks, Roger Staubach, Troy Aikman, Danny White and Don Meredith
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How Romo's stats compare to other Cowboys quarterbacks, Roger Staubach, Troy Aikman, Danny White and Don Meredith

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will reportedly retire from the NFL.

It ends a 14-year career that included four Pro Bowls, but no Super Bowl appearances.

Romo reportedly has interest in becoming a TV analyst, probably CBS, according to a source.

If so, he will join a strong list of former Cowboys who moved to the booth after their careers ended. Some had brief stints, such as Emmitt Smith, but many developed successful careers.

Even a couple of former Cowboys coaches, Jimmy Johnson and Bill Parcells, have made their mark on a TV set.

Here are a few others:

Don Meredith: He was an original member of ABC's "Monday Night Football" broadcast team. He died in 2010.

Troy Ailkman: He teams with play-play-announcer Joe Buck and sideline reporter Erin Andrews on Fox's No. 1 NFL broadcast team.

Michael Irvin: Prior to every Thursday Night Football game on CBS and NFL Network, Irvin is an analyst on the NFL Total Access Kickoff pregame show on NFL Network.

Deion Sanders: He joins CBS Sports' James Brown and Bill Cowher for CBS Sports and NFL Network's Thursday Night Football pregame, halftime, and postgame coverage.

Darryl Johnston: He works in the NFL on FOX broadcast booth alongside play-by-play announcer Kenny Albert & sideline reporter Laura Okmin.

Darren Woodson: Works as an NFL analyst for ESPN. He appears on NFL Live and other platforms.

Star-Telegram Cowboys beat writer Clarence Hill Jr. talks to former Cowboy Larry Brown about the departure of Tony Romo. (video by Clarence Hill Jr.)

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