Dallas Cowboys will likely be without their starting quarterback for the rest of the season. According to Ed Werder of ESPN, the Cowboys gunslinger may have rebroken his collarbone, which he hurt earlier this season.
@Edwerderespn: Tony Romo at podium with left arm in sling: “It feels similar” to fracture he suffered in Philly that cost him 8 weeks on IR
@Edwerderespn: Tony Romo said when he was being sacked by Thomas Davis he felt “something happen” to his left shoulder, expects to know extent tomorrow
@Edwerderespn: Jason Garrett says X-rays on Tony Romo left collarbone inconclusive. Romo said injury felt similar to Philly, Garrett says Romo would know
@Edwerderespn: While X-rays on Tony Romo collarbone inconclusive and more tests scheduled tomorrow, a source told me the QB is “done for the season.”