Tony Romo Injury UpdateUp to the minute news and rumors on Tony Romo's injury
On to the Cowboys.Naturally, Bill Belichick started the sell job on Dallas quarterback Brandon Weeden, who was forced into the starter’s role when Tony Romo broke his collarbone in Week 2.During a conference call yesterday, with just one question asked about the Cowboys, the coach began pumping up the backup quarterback, who the Patriots are expected to face on Sunday.
The news came right from Romo himself.
Depending on who you talk to in Philadelphia, the Eagles season is either almost over or already over.
Tony Romo tweeted Monday that he won't need surgery on his broken collarbone.
IRVING, Texas — Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is expected to miss about two months with a broken left collarbone, though he won't need surgery.
Tony Romo has a broken left collarbone and could miss a significant amount of time for the Dallas Cowboys.
Tony Romo fractured his left clavicle Sunday in the Eagles' 20-10 loss to the Cowboys, and the Dallas quarterback could be sidelined when the division rivals meet again on Nov. 8.
It's the second broken clavicle for the quarterback.
We're not sure exactly what Jerry Jones meant when he expressed sadness about Tony Romo's injury. But dang if it's not pure Jerry Jones.
How long does he expect to be out?
Tony Romo's injury is a tough one for the Dallas Cowboys to absorb. Suddenly, the NFC East race changes. J.P. Finlay breaks it down here.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo went down during the third quarter of his team's game with the Eagles on Sunday.
Injury comes one week after receiver Dez Bryant breaks his foot