Tony Romo has not decided whether to have surgery on his left collarbone, which he has fractured three times in his career.
“That’s up to Tony,” Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said Tuesday. “At the end of the day, I think he’s wanting to make sure he gets every opinion and make sure he does it right. At the end of the day, this is not something that’s required at all. It’s just preventative. It’s up to him to make sure he feels good about it, and we all feel good about it. We’ll make a decision at that point.”
At the Super Bowl earlier this month, Romo said he would make a decision by early March whether to have surgery. He could have a plate surgically inserted to reinforce the collarbone, or more likely, a Mumford procedure to shave the lateral end of the clavicle.