Tony Romo experiencing Clavicle Fracture

American football quarterback for Dallas Cowboys-Tony Romo is experiencing the clavicle fracture. This incidence took place on Monday during the second quarter when he passed the football to the Miles Austin then received a big hit from Michael Boley. The opponent team was New York Giants.
Without delay, first-aid is given to him. According to the medical reports, Tonys injury may take 8 to 10 weeks to recover.
Jon Kitna played in position of Tony Romo. Now, it is unsure that Tony Romo could play rest of the NFL 2010.

Im sure this will be the most extensive time I will have missed, Romo said in a news conference. Its going to be tough. You just have to keep fighting and Ill support this team in any way I can.

Tony Romo

Tony Romo experiencing Clavicle Fracture

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