Reports: Cowboy’s QB Tony Romo suffering back injury, could be out for season
DALLAS – After a clutch win by the Dallas Cowboys against the Redskins on Sunday, team officials announced that quarterback Tony Romo is suffering from a back injury.
According to KXAS, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett says Romo is considered day-to-day and is receiving treatment for a hip and back injury.
ESPN originally reported that Romo is out for the season after suffering a herniated disc, which requires surgery.
However, Garrett says they have not ruled Romo out for next week’s game just yet.
The Cowboys will host the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday for the NFC East title.
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