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IRVING (The Fan) – Tony Romo has chosen the “plate insertion” option for the collarbone surgery he will undergo next week, sources tell me. The procedure – which includes a set of screws and a plate to protect the bone – features a six-to-eight week recovery period, meaning the Cowboys’ Pro Bowl QB should be healed well in advance of the May 26 start of OTAs.READ MORE: 'Nobody Should Get Away With Murder': Family Continues Search For Answers After Father Killed In Suspected Road Rage Shooting In Dallas
Romo also considered what is known as a “Mumford procedure” featuring the “shaving” of bone from the clavicle. And no surgery at all was also a possibility. But Romo – who missed 12 games in 2015 after fracturing his collarbone twice — recently said he wished for a procedure, that “ensures, most likely, that it never happens again. That’s really what you’re trying to do.”MORE NEWS: Stimulus Check Latest: Is A Fourth Relief Payment Coming?
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