DeMarco Murray still believes that Tony Romo can play football at a high level, but also sees success in the quarterback's future as a broadcaster.
"I think he'll do great. I think he'll do fine," Murray said. "He's a guy who obviously had a great career in Dallas, and I know he still has something left in the tank, but I think he made a good decision for him and his family, and we'll see what happens."
Romo, 37, was released by the Dallas Cowboys earlier this month and will replace Phil Simms as the No. 1 color commentator for CBS. He played in parts of just five games the past two seasons and fractured his back in August.