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Latest Tony Romo Items
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.
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.
The text message rolled in on Stephen Bowen's phone Wednesday, words that cut through the gloom of an overcast morning at Redskins Park.
According to reports out of Dallas, Tony Romo, the Cowboys' glamour-puss passer, still might play against the Washington Redskins on Monday night, despite a fractured rib and collapsed lung. At least, we think he has a fractured rib and collapsed lung. After the way the New York Giants conducted themselves earlier this week in their win over St.Louis, who knows for sure? Maybe he's faking.
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett is holding out hope quarterback Tony Romo will play in Monday night's game against the Washington Redskins.
Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys are hurting after a gutsy but painful victory.
Jamaal Charles could be out awhile for the Kansas City Chiefs. The Dallas Cowboys are thankful Tony Romo came back quickly.
Tom Brady threw for 423 yards six days after setting a single-game team record of 517, leading the New England Patriots over the San Diego Chargers 35-21 on Sunday.
Connecting the dots between Tony Romo's late-game flubs, a letdown by the defense, a breakdown on special teams and the excruciating, last-minute loss to the Jets, the Dallas Cowboys could've come away from their opener thinking, "Here we go again."