Cowboys owner/GM Jerry Jones expects Tony Romo to remain the team's starter 4-5 more years.
Owner/GM Jerry Jones confirmed Tony Romo suffered a hairline fracture in his collarbone Thursday against the Panthers and will miss the remainder of the season.
Citing a source close to Tony Romo, ESPN's Ed Werder reports Romo (collarbone) is done for the season.
A source told Profootballtalk.com that Tony Romo is believed to have a "small fracture" in his left clavicle.
Tony Romo left Thursday's game against the Panthers with a left (non-throwing) clavicle injury.
Tony Romo completed 18-of-28 passes for 227 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in Dallas' 24-14, Week 11 win over the Dolphins.
Cowboys activated Tony Romo off injured reserve-designated to return.
ESPN's Ed Werder reports Tony Romo's fractured left collarbone has "healed," and Romo "will play" Sunday against the Dolphins.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said "no set of circumstances" would prevent Tony Romo (collarbone, IR/recall) from playing Week 11 against the Dolphins.
Tony Romo (collarbone, I.R./recall) participated in individual drills and "pat and go" work at Wednesday's practice.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said there is "no reason" to think Tony Romo (broken collarbone, I.R./recall) will not be ready to return Week 11 against the Dolphins.
NFL Network's Rand Getlin reports Tony Romo (broken collarbone, I.R./recall) likely needs "the full eight weeks" to recover.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Tony Romo (broken collarbone, I.R./recall) began throwing last week.
Cowboys placed Tony Romo (broken collarbone) on injured reserve/designated to return.