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Phillip Martin Simms (born November 3, 1955) is a former American football quarterback who spent his entire 14-year professional career playing for the New York Giants of the National Football League (NFL). He is currently a television sportscaster for the CBS network. After playing college football at Morehead State  ...


Phil Simms: Pos: QB, Career: 164 G, 199 TD (42nd), 78.5 Rate (80th), 204.0 Y/G ( 47th), 2xProBowl, Giants 1979-1993, born KY 1955.


Apr 19, 2017 ... After losing his lead NFL analyst role on CBS to Tony Romo, Phil Simms opens up and discusses his new role on The NFL Today studio show this fall.


Career Stats more. Season, Team, Passing, Rushing, Fumbles. G, GS, Comp, Att, Pct, Yds, Avg, TD, Int, Sck, SckY, Rate, Att, Yds, Avg, TD, FUM, Lost. 1993, New York Giants, 16, 16, 247, 400, 61.8, 3,038, 7.6, 15, 9, 37, 217, 88.3, 28, 31, 1.1, 0, 7, 2. 1992, New York Giants, 4, 4, 83, 137, 60.6, 912, 6.7, 5, 3, 10, 67, 83.3, 6, 17  ...


Apr 20, 2017 ... CBS electing to put Tony Romo on its No. 1 NFL commentary team caught many by surprise. Not only because Romo has no broadcast experience but also because it would mean veteran analyst Phil Simms, who has been on the CBS's No. 1 crew since it got the NFL back in 1998, would need a new role.


Sep 10, 2017 ... But any remaining bitterness between Phil Simms — the man Romo replaced — and the former Cowboys quarterback was on display early on Sunday. During The NFL Today, Simms was tasked with interviewing Romo before his broadcasting debut, and things could not have been more awkward.


The latest Tweets from Phil Simms (@PhilSimmsQB). 15-year @NFL veteran, former @Giants QB, and SBXXI MVP. Analyst for @NFLonCBS #NFLToday & analyst on @InsidetheNFL.

Jan 19, 2013 ... Phil Simms has been ruining football for every fan of the sport since his broadcasting career began. He has done work for ESPN, NBC, CBS and Showtime. One fa...


Sep 11, 2017 ... Romo was on the spot from the get-go and deftly handled an awkward exchange with Phil Simms, the man he bumped from the booth to a studio show. In a visit during “The NFL Today,” Simms tried to yuk his way through the awkwardness. “ Hey, Tony, how are you doing? How does that seat feel?