Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Tony Romo (back) had a "really good" exam before the game Sunday.
Cowboys declared QB Tony Romo, DE Ryan Davis, S Kavon Frazier, RB Darius Jackson, OG Ronald Leary, OLB Mark Nzeocha and DE Charles Tapper inactive for Week 2 against the Redskins.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Tony Romo (back) expects to return "sooner rather than later."
Jerry Jones confirmed Tony Romo (back) will not be placed on injured reserve.
ESPN's Todd Archer reports the Cowboys plan to keep Tony Romo (back) on the active roster.
The Cowboys are expected to place Tony Romo (back) on injured reserve.
Citing multiple sources, Tony Romo (back) could miss closer to 8-10 weeks than the initially reported 6-10.
In a radio interview, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he is not sure when Tony Romo (back) will return.
MMQB's Albert Breer reports Tony Romo (back) could resume training in as little as three weeks.
Cowboys COO Stephen Jones "can’t imagine a scenario" where Tony Romo (back) is not the starting quarterback when healthy.
Updating previous items, the Dallas Morning News says Tony Romo's (back) "best case" return would be after the Cowboys' Week 7 bye.
ESPN Dallas reports Tony Romo's specific injury is a "compression fracture of his L1 vertebrae."
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport's "understanding" is that Tony Romo (back) would return "by midseason" in a "best-case scenario."
Profootballtalk.com reports the Cowboys anticipate Tony Romo (back) missing 6-10 weeks.