According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo is planning to undergo off-season surgery to have a plate inserted into his left collarbone to prevent future injuries. Romo has broken his left clavicle multiple times, and they are hoping this surgery strengthens the bone.
Since 2010, Romo has broken the collarbone three times, including twice last season.
“I think we know which way we’re siding and we’ve had exhaustive discussions about it,” Romo said Saturday of the possibility of surgery. “Really it’s just about being there for your teammates. If I play, I know what I mean to our team. I just need to do everything in my power to make sure I’m on the football field.”