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Tony Romo’s Collarbone Has Healed, Will Play In Week 11

ESPN’s Ed Werder reports that recent tests have shown that Cowboys QB Tony Romo‘s fractured left collarbone has healed.

Sources tells Werder of Romo’s status for Week 11’s game against the Dolphins: “He will play.”

The expectation has been all along that Romo would return for their Week 11 game, so this shouldn’t come as a huge surprise.

Dallas has lost all six games while Romo has been out of the lineup with Brandon Weeden and Matt Cassel filling in. Even so, the Cowboys are still just two games back in the loss column from NFC East leading Giants.

Romo, 35, is in the third year of his seven-year, $119.5 million contract that included $55 million guaranteed.

This season, Romo has throw for 551 yards while completing 75 percent of his passes to go along with three touchdowns and two interceptions over the course of two games.

We’ll have more updates regarding Romo’s injury as the news is available.

 

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Carpanfan95
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Well Dallas o-line better stop Shu if not he faces the Panthers defense Thanksgiving and his collar bone better be healed. I hate to think the number of sacks he just might take from different players coming from all directions. FS Coleman can lay the wood when needed. You know who the rest are.

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