Tony Romo: Cowboys QB suffers broken left collarbone “Watch”

Updated: September 21, 2015
Tony Romo: Cowboys QB suffers broken left collarbone - Watch

Tony Romo broke his collarbone during the Dallas Cowboys’ game against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Sept. 20.

Tony Romo went down in the third quarter, fumbling the ball away and having Eagles linebacker Jordan Hicks land hard on his left shoulder.

Romo immediately grabbed his shoulder and walked slowly to the locker room with the training staff.

This could become a season-wrecking injury for the Cowboys. Romo missed the final 10 games of 2010 when he had the same injury, and the recovery process was slower than anticipated.

That could be devastating for the Cowboys should he miss a similar number of games. Backup Brandon Weeden has done little to instill confidence that he can fill Romo’s shoes.

Plus, the offense is already missing receiver Dez Bryant.