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Cowboys lose Romo to fractured left clavicle

ARLINGTON, Tex.--Things just keep getting worse for the Dallas Cowboys.

Quarterback Tony Romo exited Monday night's game here against the New York Giants with what the Cowboys called a fractured left clavicle.

Romo was hurt when he had his left shoulder driven into the turf on a second-quarter hit by Giants linebacker Michael Boley following a pass.

Romo walked to the sideline after being examined on the field by members of the Cowboys' medical staff. Romo remained in the sideline temporarily and apparently tried to talk his way back into the game. But he didn't reenter the game and was taken for X-rays. The Cowboys later announced his injury without giving an initial indication how long Romo is expected to be sidelined or whether his season is over.

The Cowboys are on the verge of having their record drop to 1-5. They trail the Giants, 38-20, in the third quarter.

By Mark Maske  |  October 25, 2010; 11:11 PM ET  | Category:  Cowboys Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   StumbleUpon   Technorati  
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That Giants D is battering the QB like they was Tina Turner and need to be brought up on charges...

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