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Jason Garrett optimistic that Tony Romo can play Sunday

The Dallas Cowboys are taking a cautious approach to whether or not Tony Romo will play this weekend after he suffered a back contusion in Monday night’s loss to the Washington Redskins. Romo did not participate in Thursday’s walk through as Dallas prepares for an NFC showdown with the 6-1 Arizona Cardinals. Per Jason Garrett said Thursday the quarterback is “feeling...
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16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys Injury Update: Tony Romo 'no sure thing' for Week 9

The NFC East leading Dallas Cowboys lost more than a game on Monday night, they also lost their starting quarterback for part of the game and currently he is not a sure thing to start against the NFC West leading Arizona Cardinals this Sunday.#458910811 / gettyimages.comCowboys still taking a day-to-day approach, but Tony Romo is no sure thing to play Sunday vs. Arizona at this point...
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Jerry Jones Believes Tony Romo’s Availability is About Pain Tolerance

It’s so nice to know that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has yet another occupation that he dabbles in while still assuming his all-important role atop the franchise. In an interview with 105.3 The Fan, Jones indicated that Tony Romo’s ability to play next Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals comes down to his ability to tolerate the pain. Seriously. At this time we have nothing...
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Jerry Jones: Tony Romo Injury Not Season-Ending, Matter Of Pain Tolerance

This season is going to come down to pain management for Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones revealed Wednesday morning the back injury Romo suffered Monday night against the Washington Redskins is not season-ending, and the veteran quarterback could even play as soon as Sunday if he can tolerate the pain. “At this time, we have nothing medically that...
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Jerry Jones challenging Tony Romo to play Sunday?

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones once again has inserted himself in any and all talk related to his football team by essentially suggesting that Tony Romo should be able to play next Sunday at the Arizona Cardinals if he can tolerate the pain related to back contusion suffered in last week’s game. Speaking on his...Read More The post Jerry Jones: Pain tolerance only thing standing...
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Jerry Jones defends call to allow an injured Tony Romo back in Monday’s game

Heading into Monday night’s showdown with the Washington Redskins, the Dallas Cowboys were riding high. Sitting at 6-1 and on a six-game winning streak, the team was quickly becoming the talk and toast of the NFL. Things of course went awry with Monday’s game. Not only did the Cowboys lose in heartbreaking fashion in overtime...Read More The post Jerry Jones defends call to...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Tony Romo Suffers Back Injury, Will Undergo MRI On Tuesday

No one will ever question Tony Romo’s toughness. The Dallas Cowboys quarterback took a nasty-looking hit on Monday night against the Washington Redskins that forced him to come out of the game. Romo returned to the locker room and it looked like his night was over. However, Romo returned to the game after X-rays were negative and after getting a painkilling shot. Romo suffered...
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Tony Romo leaves Redskins game with back injury

In sight no football fan wants to see, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was helped off the field against the Washington Redskins on Monday night. The injury occurred in the third quarter when Romo took a knee to the area of the back that he had surgery on this past offseason. There is no update on Romo’s condition, but backup quarterback Brandon Weeden replaced Romo in the...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

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