Unfortunate news for Dallas Cowboys, as quarterback Tony Romo has walked into the locker room with an injury to his left shoulder, writes Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (via Twitter). It has been announced that Romo has fractured his left clavicle, according to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer (via Twitter).
Romo knew immediately that the injury was bad, as he was heard on the sidelines saying it was broken, according to former NFL offensive lineman Dr. Mark Adickes, who is also an injury expert for ESPN (via Twitter).
David Moore of the Dallas Morning News reminds fans that Romo fractured the same collarbone in 2010, causing him to miss the final 10 games of the season (via Twitter). Matt Miller of Bleacher Report suggests that injury has an expected recovery time of 7-8 weeks (via Twitter), while Pro Football Talk has a source that estimates Romo will miss eight weeks (via Twitter).