Tony Romo has a message for DeAngelo Hall: He'll be coming after him, too.
Five questions to keep in mind when the Redskins play the Cowboys on Monday night in Week 3.
With exceedingly low expectations from the national punditry entering the season, the Redskins have their second showcase game in three weeks to prove they're much better than anticipated.
There's a meeting of undefeateds on this week's schedule. In Buffalo, of all places.
Tony Romo is still sleeping in a recliner, still not practicing and still not certain whether he'll be able to play against the Redskins on Monday night.
Tony Romo wasn't on the field at the start of Cowboys' practice Friday, giving Jon Kitna another day of work with the starters.
Cornerback DeAngelo Hall is planning to target quarterback Tony Romo's broken rib on Monday night. That sounds good to Washington Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett.
A quick glance at the NFL's weekly injury report should make you wince. Players, on the other hand, scan it with a very specific purpose. They're looking for targets.
With his arms crossed, ball cap on forward and an electronic stimulation device working to heal his broken rib, Tony Romo could only watch as the other Dallas Cowboys quarterbacks threw warm-up passes at the start of practice Thursday.