A CT scan on Tony Romo’s broken collarbone revelaed that the star quarterback will not require surgery, but he’s still expected to miss 6-8 weeks in-order for the fracture to heal on its own.
“I tried lifting my shoulder and it hurt like heck, but I was like, ‘OK, it will just keep getting better,’” Romo said while recalling the hit that caused the injury. “The adrenaline of the game will allow me to [play], it’s my left shoulder, I don’t need to use it too much. I will figure out a way what I can handle when I’m out there, but that was before I knew it was broken.”
Oddly enough Romo suffered this same injury to his right shoulder when he was teenager, so he knows what it takes to recover.
As overrated as he may be, the Cowboys will suffer even worse without their star quarterback under-center.
Well, I guess Tony Romo has finally learned to accept that he’s a horrible quarterback so he’s preparing for life after football as a member of the Steel Panthers. Ironically, he’s a much better singer than quarterback.
I can’t believe Fox’s Sunday pre-game show actually aired this cartoon, pretty visciously going after Tony Romo’s ex Jessica Simpson for gaining weight. Really seems to step over the line of good taste, I guess as a celeb she’s fair game, but what does this have to do with football?
The Fox NFL Sunday Jessica Simpson cartoon definitely gives off an idiot high school social strata vibe.
Although Tony Romo was trying to impersonate a blind quarterback during the debut of the brand new Cowboys stadium on Sunday, Owner Jerry Jones still backs him 100%.
You’d like for him not to have a day like that,” Jones said. “But when everybody is pointing fingers, when it didn’t go good, then you want someone who can walk into that huddle in the next snap at practice, the next snap in the ballgame and walk out there and cut and shoot and play like they just won the Super Bowl. That’s a great quarterback.”
Emmitt Smith will do just about anything for attention these day. Even if that means attacking the head coach and starting quarterback of his former team, the Dallas Cowboys. Read the rest of this entry »
Hall of Fame Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman is letting his opinions on Tony Romo be known.
“I think maybe things happened so quickly for Tony in terms of obscurity to all of a sudden national spotlight that he hasn’t fully grasped what being the Cowboys quarterback is all about,” Aikman said on Michael Irvin’s radio show. Read the rest of this entry »