Tony Romo Has Successful Clavicle Surgery
The Dallas Cowboys have announced that quarterback Tony Romo had successful surgery on his left clavicle on Tuesday. He is expected to undergo a six to eight week period of recover and treatment before returning to football related activities.
Romo had the surgery so that hopefully that will make his left shoulder stronger as he broke it twice last season. The injury only allowed Romo to play in 4 games. The Cowboys want to keep Romo healthy because over the last 36 games, the Cowboys are 17-5 with Romo and 1-13 without him.