Broadcast inductees include, Bill King, Jim Nantz, and Dick Stockton, while Larry Merchant, William Nack, William C. Rhoden, and Rick Telander represent the sportswriters.
"Earlier this year CBS agreed to pay Romo an astounding $17.5 million per year to provide football analysis for their network."
"The undertaking was a little more daunting than I thought it might have been."
"Nantz keeps up his high-level play-by-play, despite being one of the busiest guys in network television."
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"Although the chances of Romo advancing in the event are slim, CBS still needs a backup plan for its top NFL broadcast if it does happen."
"Plans started coming together after Joe Buck, the lead broadcaster on Fox's US Open coverage, publicly invited Nantz to come join the broadcast."
"That's going to add an entirely new perspective to our coverage of the golf tournament," beamed CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus.
""As soon as the ball dropped, I said to Lance on the talk-back switch, ‘I’m not saying anything for a long time."