Cowboys QB Tony Romo may need to go on the injured reserve
According to a report by David Moore of the Dallas Morning News Tony Romo’s injury could land him on the injured reserve.
Romo will undergo another MRI this weekend, nine to 10 days after the initial injury. Those results will dictate whether the Cowboys carry him on the active roster or place him on injured reserve, meaning the earliest he could return would be Nov. 6 against Cleveland.
This means the six-to-10 week time frame that surfaced in initial reports is more of an eight-to-10 week window.
This would be crazy if true, and means Dak Prescott may be man all season.