The Dallas Cowboys head into their season finale knowing they have to win the game or their season is over with. That won’t be easy since they will probably be missing both quarterback Tony Romo and linebacker Sean Lee for the big game with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Jon Kitna hasn’t earned an NFL paycheck since 2011. After being signed by the Cowboys on Tuesday, he’ll get one — he just doesn’t plan on keeping it.
Orton will make his first start at quarterback in his two seasons with the Cowboys on Sunday night, unless Tony Romo can recover from a herniated disc.
Word came last week that, if the Dallas Cowboys missed the playoffs for the third straight season, the entire coaching staff might lose their jobs. With the back injury to Tony Romo, the writing might be on the wall.
The Dallas Cowboys are making moves on a trio of quarterback fronts: overseeing a steroid injection for Tony Romo; preparing well-paid veteran backup Kyle Orton; and signing 41-year-old Jon Kitna.
There’s a lot of uncertainty surrounding the Dallas Cowboys. Will Tony Romo play on Sunday? Is Jason Garrett coaching for his job?
Dallas Cowboys fans dumped on their team and quarterback Tony Romo for back-to-back losses this month to the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers. Then, they celebrated, when Romo helped win Sunday’s game.
The Dallas Cowboys are holding on to the slimmest of hopes that quarterback Tony Romo’s season isn’t over due to what sources say a disc-related problem in his back that is related to last April’s surgery on the same area.
Following an MRI on his back, there are national reports that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will miss the rest of the season due to a back injury.
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett discusses Washington Redskins win, Tony Romo’s injury, and the “Garrett shove” on 105.3 The Fan.
Quarterback Tony Romo moved gingerly through the DFW Airport parking lot late Sunday night, from the neck-up focused on following up the Dallas Cowboys’ win in Washington with a playoff berth but from the neck-down planning Monday to get an MRI on his back.
Tony Romo flashed a thumbs-up as he walked off the field after a season-saving win in Washington, then put his right index finger in the air.