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NFL Injury Report:
The New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys have had more than their fair share of memorable games over the past few years. While Sunday night's 36-31 Cowboys win was on the bizzare side, it was certainly memorable.Giants quarterback Eli Manning's first play from scrimmage, an interception by Cowboys defensive end Demarcus Ware, would set the tone for the rest of the game in which the two teams combined for a total of seven turnovers. The Giants accounted for six of the seven turnovers with three interceptions by Manning, two fumbles by running back David Wilson and a muffed punt by Trumaine McBride. Despite committing six turnovers, the Giants only lost by five points and had a chance to win late in the game before a Manning passed was deflected by running back Da'Rel Scott into the hands of Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr, who returned the pick for a touchdown.All of Cowboys nation held their breath late in the first half when quarterback Tony Romo was sandwiched by three Giants defenders and had to be helped off the field by trainers. They were able to exhale a sigh of relief when Romo returned to the game in the second half. Romo finished the game completing 36 of 49 passes for 263 yards, two touchdown passes and one interception. X-rays on Romo's ribs came back negative and he was diagnosed with bruised ribs, according to NFL.com's Dan Hanzus. Romo is expected to play in Sunday's Week 2 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs.Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul was active Sunday night, and sacked Romo once, but had a quiet night otherwise. Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant suffered a sprained foot Sunday night, and cornerback Morris Claiborne dislocated his shoulder. However, both are expected to suit up for Sunday when the team marches into Kansas City to play the Chiefs, Chris Wesseling of NFL.com reports.Follow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?Follow Chris Hecker on Twitter: @HeckDynasty
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Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo suffered what appeared to be a rib injury after being sandwiched by two Giants defenders on Sunday night.
Even though the NBC Sunday Night Football broadcast claimed that Romo had the wind knocked out of him, he’ll undergo X-rays on his ribs.
Tony Romo is going to get some X-Rays on his ribs Monday morning.
— Lindsay Jones (@bylindsayhjones) September...
IRVING, Texas -- Tony Romo probably won't escape discomfort this week, but he's dodged a serious-injury bullet. The Cowboys say their quarterback underwent X-rays on Monday morning looking for damage in the area of his ribs and that the results are negative.
"We feel optimistic with the tests coming back negative,'' Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones tells...
According to Mike Fisher of CBS 105.3 The Fan in Dallas, X-rays on Tony Romo’s ribs came back negative, which me he bruised his ribs.
Tony Romo probably won’t escape discomfort this week. But he’s dodged a serious-injury bullet with the Cowboys saying their quarterback underwent X-rays on Monday morning looking for damage in the area of his ribs and that the results are...
IRVING, Texas -- Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo practiced in pads for the first time Wednesday since bruising his ribs Sunday and said pronounced himself fit enough to play this weekend.
"I felt fine, just normal soreness and stuff going through," Romo said. "I assume by the weekend they'll be fine, good to go."
Romo was sandwiched between two pass rushers...
Tony Romo took a huge hit to the ribs toward the end of the first half of the Dallas Cowboys’ season opener against the New York Giants, but he managed to return to the game for the second half. Romo had excellent protection from his offensive line most of the game, but he stayed in […]
UPDATE: Tony just got the wind knocked out of him. Call off Kyle Orton.
Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys had a rough first half on Sunday night against the New York Giants, and that was highlighted by the vicious hit Romo took from two Giants’ players. Romo was sandwiched by two Giants players (Mathias Kiwanuka and Justin Trattou) on a pass attempt. and he stayed down on the...
We showed you the play last night when Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was forced to leave the game for the last few minutes of the first half after being crushed by 3 Giants. While Romo did return to play the entire second half, according to the San Antonio Express-News Romo will undergo x-rays today […]
IRVING, Texas Cowboys defensive tackle Jason Hatcher was not happy seeing quarterback Tony Romo sandwiched between two Giants pass rushers Sunday night.
"I was mad," Hatcher said Monday. "We've got to do a better job of blocking for him. We need that guy. He's a great quarterback. If he goes down, the team is going to go down. We need to do a better job of...
"I have one job and that's to bring a championship to Dallas" – Tony Romo
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) September 9, 2013
During his weekly radio appearance Tuesday morning, Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones passed along the current status of several key contributors.
A 36-31 win over the New York Giants Sunday night included Tony Romo suffering bruised ribs, Dez Bryant spraining his left foot and Morris Claiborne needing his left shoulder to be popped back into place. But Jones...
While NBC and its cameras were focused on the status of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo they inadvertently caught tight end Jason Witten puking. Not exactly Witten’s best moment of the night but since he’s been a target machine and found the endzone Cowboy fans will let this one go.
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, the Cowboys expect Tony Romo (ribs), Dez Bryant (foot) and Morris Claiborne (shoulder) to all play this week against the Chiefs.
At this point, Cowboys expecting Tony Romo, Dez Bryant and Month Claiborne will all start against Chiefs at Arrowhead. All hurt Week 1
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) September 11, 2013
Claiborne will wear a harness to...
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