Tony Romo’s collarbone woes continue. He will undergo another surgery next week on the troublesome area. This time, the Cowboys QB will have to have a titanium plate inserted into his clavicle. The hope is to prevent it from breaking again.
Romo broke his collarbone in week 2 and the Cowboys did not win a single game in his absence. When he returned, it was way too late for the team to make a run, even in the bad NFC east. You can argue he came back too soon, because it didn’t take long for him to re-injure the bone.
The Cowboys quarterback has said on several occasions that he would make a decision on how to proceed after reviewing the results of a CT scan in early March. That scan took place on Wednesday, sources said, and surgery has been scheduled for next week.