Earlier Thursday morning, a report emerged suggesting CBS is getting worried about Tony Romo's preparation for games.

On this week’s episode of The Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast, Andrew Marchand of the New York Post revealed that CBS held an "intervention" for Romo.

“Tony Romo needs to study more,” Marchand said. “He needs to be better prepared. As you move away from the sidelines, you need to do more work. I know CBS is aware of this. They tried an intervention last offseason. They knew, they anticipated this. That’s a credit to them, the people in charge there. But it has not gotten better.”

Romo isn't getting too worried about outside noise. He opened up on the decision to change things up over the past two seasons.

“I mean, the ability to adapt and learn, if you never try to change at all — I just think like the best players in the world aren’t afraid of failure. You’re going to fail all the time, but at the same time, you succeed because of that, as long as you think about it and try to understand how to improve and then go about the process to make that happen, which is work ethic and commitment. But you got to have a plan for it before.”

Romo doesn't appear to be too worried about that report or criticism from fans. CBS isn't replacing him and he's still got the love and support of his family.

The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback has been married to Candice Crawford, a former television personality and actress, since 2011.

Romo and Crawford have three children together.

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The couple lives in Dallas.

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