Tony Romo could have surgery next month to try to protect his left collarbone, which he has fractured three times in his career.
Tony Romo could have surgery next month to try to protect his left collarbone, which he has fractured three times in his career. Richard W. Rodriguez Star-Telegram
Tony Romo could have surgery next month to try to protect his left collarbone, which he has fractured three times in his career. Richard W. Rodriguez Star-Telegram

Tony Romo still deciding whether to have “preventative” surgery on his left collarbone

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