Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo is out for the season after fracturing his left collarbone for the second time in 2015 but owner Jerry Jones believes he can play four to five more years.
Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo is out for the season after fracturing his left collarbone for the second time in 2015 but owner Jerry Jones believes he can play four to five more years. Steve Nurenberg Special to the Star-Telegram
Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo is out for the season after fracturing his left collarbone for the second time in 2015 but owner Jerry Jones believes he can play four to five more years. Steve Nurenberg Special to the Star-Telegram

Cowboys to carry Tony Romo on their active roster with playoff hopes still alive

December 01, 2015 06:41 PM

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