Tony Romo is a free agent and is being courted by ESPN and his current employer CBS.
Last month, Michael McCarthy of FrontOfficeSports.com reported that ESPN was prepared to offer Romo a deal that would pay him between $10-14 million a year.
However, it appears the price has now gone up, as Clay Travis of Outkick The Coverage is reporting that the bidding for Romo has reached the $15 million per year threshold. Travis adds that Romo's next contract will "likely" land in the $15 million to $20 million a year range.
CBS, who took a chance on Romo a few years ago, likely won't give him up very easily, so it will be interesting to see how it all plays out over the coming weeks and months.