Tony Romo played through a fractured rib to rally the Cowboys back for a 27-24 overtime win over the 49ers.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo left Sunday's game against the 49ers with a fractured rib and will not return. Jon Kitna replaced him to start the second half.
Despite Mark Sanchez's poise under pressure, the Cowboys exposed concerns regarding the Jets' ability to get back to the AFC title game.
PFW's editors select the seven quarterbacks under the most pressure heading into the season, led by Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb at No. 1.
Philip Rivers led San Diego to scores on two of his three drives in the Chargers' 20-7 preseason victory over the Cowboys on Sunday night.
Pro Football Weekly takes a look at five players rebounding from injury that could make a major impact next season.
Cowboys WR Dez Bryant is predicting big things this season following an offseason of controversy.
Tony Romo needs to get back to work, and the defense should have a different look with new coordinator Rob Ryan running the show.
Three veteran Cowboys players met with WR Dez Bryant on Saturday to discuss the second-year wideout's off-the-field troubles.
Tony Romo was place on injured reserve Tuesday, officially ending his season due to a broken collarbone.
The Cowboys had hoped that QB Tony Romo would be able to return from a fractured collarbone at the end of the year, but according to the Dallas Morning News, that appears unlikely.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo did some throwing at Monday's practice. Meanwhile, RB Marion Barber missed practice with a calf injury.
There are actually silver linings to the Tony Romo collarbone injury that will keep him out at least six weeks at a time when there are very few Mr. Brightsides in the Greater Dallas area.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo won't need surgery on his broken collarbone and could return to the field in 6-8 weeks, Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple said today.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo will only miss six weeks following Monday night's clavicle and collarbone injury, according to NFL Network reporter Michael Lombardi.