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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 says there's a good chance that all three will be on the field when the Cowboys play in Kansas City on Sunday.
On Romo: "He's sore," Jones told the New School show on 105.3 The Fan KRLD-FM. "He was at Valley Ranch yesterday. I personally had a visit with him yesterday, and we're all planning on him playing in the game."
On Bryant: "We've had it X-Rayed and we think that at least as of last night, we think that it will be something that we will watch this week, but he can play with this week."
On Claiborne: "That's the one we'll have to keep a real...
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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...
ARLINGTON, Texas -- It appeared that Tony Romo's postgame press conference was over Sunday night when Dallas Cowboys public relations director Rich Dalrymple said: "Thanks, guys." That's usually the standard way of saying: "No more questions."
But Romo had something else he wanted to mention.
"One more thing," Romo said. "I just want to...
Tony Romo should be able to keep playing through a rib injury sustained against the New York Giants after X-rays showed no structural damage.
Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said on the team's flagship radio station Monday that the quarterback will be sore but that X-rays were negative and he wouldn't miss Sunday's game at Kansas City.
When Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was drilled between a rock and hard place on Sunday night, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones appeared to come unglued in his luxury suite as his star QB writhed in pain.
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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 for an apparent rib injury suffered on that particular play.
The Dallas Cowboys signed quarterback Tony Romo to a $108 million contract this past off-season. It took all of two quarters for Romo to leave a game with an injury.
Romo was hit in the ribs by two Giant defenders and went down. He was helped off the field and later seen grimacing on the sidelines before halftime.
Kyle Orton came in for Romo and would play if needed...
Dez Bryant showed signs of becoming a superstar in the second half of the 2012 season. And that's why he received the bulk of the Giants' attention during the Cowboys' 36-31 win Sunday.
Bryant only caught four passes for 22 yards, but his presence paved the way for big games from Jason Witten and Miles Austin. In fact, Witten became Romo's primary option in the red...
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...
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.