Tony Romo is a retired American football player and current television broadcaster who has a net worth of $70 million.
Although he has also been called a "genius commentator" for his work in the broadcasting world,
Romo is probably best known for being the former quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys.
Romo began his football career as a holder before becoming the starting QB for the Cowboys in 2006.
He then became the backbone of the Cowboys, leading them to an excellent run of solid results over the next few years.
During his time in Dallas, Romo set a number of records.
These include most passing touchdowns, most passing yards,
most games with at least 300 passing yards, and most games with three or more touchdown passes.
Throughout his career, Tony also maintained an extremely high passer rating.
That being said, Tony attracted criticism for his failure to lead the Cowboys past the divisional rounds in the postseason,
and he had a tendency to lose playoff games.
With a passer rating of 97.1, he holds the highest rating among all quarterbacks not to reach the Super Bowl,
the highest among all retired players, and the fourth-highest in history.
Perhaps most importantly, Tony earned more money than any other undrafted player in NFL history.
He earned $130 million in NFL salary alone and tens of millions more from endorsements.
Category: Richest Athletes › NFL Players Net Worth: $70 Million Salary: $17 Million
Date of Birth: Apr 21, 1980 (43 years old) Place of Birth: San Diego Gender: Male Height: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Profession: American football player, Athlete Nationality: United States of America