Looks like the Dallas Cowboys’ season is officially over.
“The official diagnosis on Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo confirmed the team’s worst fears, but also came with a bit of hope for the future. Speaking on 105.3 FM Friday morning, owner Jerry Jones said that Romo suffered a hairline fracture in his left clavicle against the Panthers on Thursday. However, the fracture will not require surgery, giving Romo a standard timetable to recover which will not infringe on the offseason. According to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, he should be good as new in eight weeks. Rapoport added Kellen Moore is expected to be activated to the 53-man roster to serve as Matt Cassel’s backup.” – Reported by Conor Orr
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