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Not all of them have much worthwhile or memorable to say, or even memorable ways to say it (or not say it). If he says it somewhere other than in live-game conditions with a headset on and a partner playing off of him, that’s better for us. As I checked out a tall, slim man in his 30s with salt and pepper hair at a Greenwich Village party, a lady astrologist a couple of years older than moi looked my way and said, “When we get to this age, we lose interest in men.” I assume she believed I would agree with her reading of the situation, but I, a divorced, almost 49-year-old Jewish female from New York City, still have a 70-year-old aunt who dates.Some of them were better at the latter than at the former.Simms was excellent at the former; he was a go-to interview each time, insightful, thoughtful, perceptive, honest, blunt, not afraid to say whether he might be wrong, but willing to stand by what he believed.The NFL spans four networks, including its in-house one.Yes, their studios are bursting at the seams with ex-players.In short, he came off like he does on "Inside The NFL," where he has co-hosted since 2008.For all the heat he takes for his work in the booth — and deservedly so, a little too often — it’s way harder to pick apart his work on "Inside." Right now, as they gush over Romo’s addition, CBS is "discussing with Phil his future role with CBS Sports," as CBS Sports chairman Sean Mc Manus said in a statement and on the conference call. His agent, Steve Rosner, told North that after having spoken to CBS recently, he and Simms “will regroup within the next month or so" to decide what’s next.
Little did they know they would end up being the first of many sexy female reporters soon to enter the sports world.Not one friend will admit that maybe my pregnancy desires might be something she feels, too.And I know it might be difficult, but it’s not impossible to get pregnant at my age.Simms is still under contract, Mc Manus said, and they are "talking about a number of different roles for him in the booth." It was far from a concrete commitment about anything. For CBS, though, this should be an easy one, on a couple of levels. Sports Illustrated reported last week that Tony Gonzalez was leaving after three seasons.Which isn't good from one perspective, because — to borrow colleague Michael Mc Carthy’s words — he's still twisting in the wind. First, keep him right where he is on "Inside," which airs on CBS property Showtime. He and James Brown are the only remaining members of the cast from the start of the Showtime era of the show. Brown, of course, hosts that show brilliantly, even through all the cast changes in recent years. More than anything, it would give the NFL audience a fresh look at Simms’ strengths.