Thursday, December 23, 2010

Dallas Cowboys Romo Won't be back this NFL Season

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo placed on the injured reserve list, which means they will not play again this season in the NFL.

Romo broke his left collarbone Oct. 25 and has not played since.

The Cowboys play on Saturday night in Arizona. Jon Kitna will again be the headline. The veteran has a mark of 4-4 since Romo replaced.

The Cowboy Dallas have only two games left in the NFL Schedule and they can not qualify for the playoffs.

Team owner Jerry Jones,  said Romo could expect to play again this season after recovering from the fracture.

The forecast time to rehabilitate a fractured clavicle is generally 8 to 10 weeks.

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