2:13 PM EDT, Thu October 30, 2014

Fantasy Update

2 hours ago
Rotoworld
Tony Romo (back) did not participate in Thursday morning's walkthrough.
22 hours ago
FFToolbox.com
Ian Fitzsimmons of ESPN Radio-Dallas reports that Cowboys quarterback is Tony Romo, who suffered a back injury in the team's Week 8 loss to the Washington Redskins, is likely to be 'questionable, at best' when the Cowboys face off with the Arizona Cardinals in Week 9. Romo left the Cowboys Week 8 game after the injury, but returned in the 4th quarter. Brandon Weeden filled in for Romo while he received treatment, leading the Cowboys on two scoring drives. Along with the Detroit Lions, the Cowboys and Cardinals are currently tied with the most wins in the NFC at six. The winner of this game...
Oct 28, 2014
FFChamps.com
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo left Monday Night's game against the Redskins but returned to the game for the last drive of the fourth quarter and overtime.Fantasy Spin:Washington sacked Romo for the fourth time early in the third quarter. Romo took the brunt of the hit in his back. The Dallas quarterback had surgery on his back in the offseason. Romo's status is unknown, and the Cowboys turn to Brandon Weeden.

Rolando McClain returns to practice

IRVING, Texas -- Cowboys starting middle linebacker Rolando McClain returned to practice Thursday after missing Wednesday's session with a sore shoulder.  Quarterback Tony Romo (back), left guard Ronald Leary (groin) and tackle Doug Free (foot) missed practice. The Cowboys, preparing for the Arizona Cardinals on a short week, didn't practice in helmets on Wednesday but did so on Thursday. Also, suspended defensive tackle Josh Brent practiced for the first time.
Blogging The Boys 1 hour ago

Cowboys Injury Report: Romo Won't Practice Today But Still Might Play Sunday, McClain Returns

The Cowboys have moved into new territory with Tony Romo. Yesterday Tony Romo missed the Dallas Cowboys practice, but with yesterday being Wednesday, that wasn't such a big deal. Ever since week two of this season Romo has sat out Wednesday practices to manage his back issues so yesterday's news didn't carry any of the significance of today's news. Jason Garrett let everyone know that Romo won't practice again today. Now we are in new territory. Also in Garrett's announcement was the fact that Romo hasn't been ruled out of Sunday's game. But the fact he's even talking about ruling him in or...

Dallas Cowboys Tony Romo not practicing for second straight day as LB Rolando McClain returns

IRVING — Rolando McClain was back at practice Thursday. Former Cowboys tackle Erik Williams was there, too. But Tony Romo was not. The quarterback, who is dealing with a deep contusion, sat out for the second consecutive day along with guard …
Rotoworld 2 hours ago

Tony Romo didn't do walkthrough - Tony Romo (QB) Dallas Cowboys

Tony Romo (back) did not participate in Thursday morning's walkthrough.

Troy Aikman and Babe Laufenberg agree on Romo return

I talked to Babe Laufenberg and heard Troy Aikman on the radio this morning. Both agreed that putting Tony Romo back in the Washington game after he again injured his back was the right thing for the Cowboys to do. …
Washington Post 4 hours ago

Tony Romo isn’t likely to start for Cowboys against Cardinals, reports say

The back injury that Tony Romo suffered Monday night means he isn’t likely to start Sunday for the Dallas Cowboys against the Arizona Cardinals, according to reports out of Dallas. Romo suffered what the team was a back contusion in the Cowboys’ Monday to the Washington Redskins and underwent a further exam Tuesday as the health of the quarterback, who had offseason back surgery, and the team’s handling of his injury suddenly becomes a cause for concern. Owner Jerry Jones, who raced to the locker room and was a highly interested observer as Romo had X-rays and was given a pain-killing...
Revenge Of The Birds 5 hours ago
Cardinals vs. Cowboys injury report: Patrick Peterson cleared, Tony Romo misses practice

Cardinals vs. Cowboys injury report: Patrick Peterson cleared, Tony Romo misses practice

A look at the first official injury report of the week. The Arizona Cardinals and Dallas Cowboys were at practice on Wednesday and each team released their first injury report of the week. For Cardinals fans, there is a big sigh of relief. After leaving the game with a concussion on Sunday, All-Pro cornerback Patrick Peterson was at practice and passed the concussion protocol. he was limited. The only two players not to practice were running back Stepfan Taylor, who is already ruled out for this week, and safety Tony Jefferson, who is going through the concussion protocol as well. Head...
ESPN Fantasy Football 7 hours ago

Fantasy Focus Football - Chris Mortensen & Mike Clay

Matthew Berry and Chris Mortensen discuss the latest news on Tony Romo, RGIII and Charles Sims. Plus, PFFa??s Mike Clay breaks down his player ranking...
Washington Post 7 hours ago

Redskins Blog: Here’s how well cornerback Bashaud Breeland played on Monday night

The Washington Redskins shocked the NFL on Monday night, defeating the Cowboys, 20-17, after overtime. Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett put together a much more aggressive game plan than we had seen so far this season from the Redskins defense. It involved plenty of cover-zero blitzes and bluffs, which put a lot of pressure on Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. But it also put heavy pressure on young corners David Amerson and Bashaud Breeland to cover man to man. Read full article >>
Blogging The Boys 17 hours ago

To Sit Or Not To Sit? That Is The Question About Tony Romo.

The decision about whether the Dallas starting quarterback plays against Arizona is looking more and more like a judgement call. The operative theory held by many about the Dallas Cowboys is that the team will go as far as quarterback Tony Romo can take them. So there were more than a few hearts in throats when the $100 million man lay flat on his back for an extended time after he was laid out in the loss to Washington. But two things that no one should ever question about Romo are his toughness and desire to compete. After an exam and medical treatment, he returned to the field. However,...
Fort-Worth Star Telegram 18 hours ago
Cowboys owner defends sideline exchange with Garrett

Cowboys owner defends sideline exchange with Garrett

Jerry Jones is miffed by speculation that he ordered Jason Garrett to play an injured Tony Romo.Tony Romo doesnt need to prove his toughnessCowboys Romo probably a game-time decisionCowboys CornerFollow Charean Williams on TwitterFollow Clarence Hill Jr. on TwitterOn FacebookFollow Drew Davison on Twitter
Blogging The Boys 20 hours ago
Why Couldn't The Cowboys Handle The Washington Blitz?

Why Couldn't The Cowboys Handle The Washington Blitz?

The Cowboys were disastrous against the blitz on Monday night, but the question is why? One of the more perplexing aspects of the Cowboys game against Washington on Monday night was why the offense was so terrible against the blitz. It's not like teams haven't blitzed Dallas before. Tony Romo is an experienced quarterback and the coaches on the Cowboys sideline have played against Jim Haslett many times. This shouldn't have been the disaster that it was, but the Cowboys were unable to pick it up, or adjust to it later in the game. Washington sacked Romo five times. Let's take a look. Sack 1...
FFChamps.com 22 hours ago

Romo Will Be A Game Time Decision

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is calling quarterback Tony Romo a game-time decision according to ESPN's Ed Werner.Fantasy Spin:Werner also added Romo will sit out all practices this week and could miss some time, 1-to-2 games. That is enough for fantasy owners to want to pick up another quarterback, just in case, Brandon Weeden will start in place of Romo.

Tony Romo's absence not throwing Cowboys for loss

IRVING, Texas -- That Tony Romo didn't practice Wednesday is not a surprise. On a normal week, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback would not have practiced on Wednesday anyway as he would have worked out in the weight room to strengthen his surgically repaired back. Romo did not practice more than two straight days during training camp and did not play in two of the four preseason games. He did not take part in any of the organized team activities or minicamp in the spring.

Jason Garrett doesn't change who he is

IRVING, Texas -- The way Jason Garrett acted on Wednesday with reporters, you would think quarterback Tony Romo had the flu or something. Garrett had the same demeanor he always has when it comes to one of his players being injured: It's a day-to-day process and don't panic. Romo has a bruised back and it's not related to the herniated disc surgery he encountered last season. Sure it was scary watching the franchise quarterback lay on the ground at AT&T Stadium on Monday night after taking a knee to the lower back.

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