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ESPN is reporting that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo suffered a fractured left collarbone during Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

The four-time Pro Bowler will undergo further testing Monday, including a CT scan that will look at potential muscle damage.

"We have to determine how much muscle damage there is in the shoulder," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett told ESPN's Sal Paolantonio. "Then we will have a better idea on the length of time he will miss."
The injury happened with 9 minutes and 44 seconds left in the third quarter and Brandon Weeden took over at quarterback for Dallas after Romo left the game.
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The Saints might get their 1st win now.
Reply67 months
Romo should have stayed with Simpson. Her thick arse & country cooking would have strengthened his weak arse clavicle.
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