|Sep. 20, 20152:43 PM PT3:43 PM MT4:43 PM CT5:43 PM ET21:43 GMT5:43 AM 北京时间2:43 PM MST4:43 PM EST4:43 PM CT1:43 UAE (+1)17:43 ET20:43 - The Cowboys have placed Romo on the injured list with a designation to return, sidelining the quarterback for at least seven games after he broke his left collarbone against Philadelphia.
Analysis: Romo will be eligible to return Nov. 22 at Miami. He can practice again in six weeks, starting Nov. 4. Brandon Weeden will start in his place Sunday at home against Atlanta.
|Sep. 14, 20153:59 PM PT4:59 PM MT5:59 PM CT6:59 PM ET22:59 GMT6:59 AM 北京时间3:59 PM MST5:59 PM EST5:59 PM CT2:59 UAE (+1)18:59 ET21:59 - Romo's third touchdown pass Sunday night with 7 seconds left and his second to Jason Witten in the fourth quarter gave the Cowboys a stunning 27-26 win over the rival New York Giants.
Analysis: Romo went 36 of 45 for 356 yards while overcoming two interceptions.
|Aug. 31, 20155:30 PM PT6:30 PM MT7:30 PM CT8:30 PM ET0:30 GMT8:30 AM 北京时间5:30 PM MST7:30 PM EST7:30 PM CT4:30 UAE (+1)20:30 ET23:30 - Romo practiced Monday, with his left eye looking better after his second bout with a sty that kept him out of practice for a day early in training camp a month ago.
Analysis: He doesn't figure to miss any important action with the minor infection, particularly considering he once finished a game with cracked ribs and a punctured lung. But it has become something of a curiosity.
|Aug. 30, 20159:37 PM PT10:37 PM MT11:37 PM CT12:37 AM ET4:37 GMT12:37 PM 北京时间9:37 PM MST11:37 PM EST11:37 PM CT8:37 UAE0:37 ET3:37 - Romo went 5 for 8 with two touchdown passes in Saturday's preseason game against Minnesota.
Analysis: Romo played one series in the first two preseason games.
|Aug. 24, 20156:51 AM PT7:51 AM MT8:51 AM CT9:51 AM ET13:51 GMT9:51 PM 北京时间6:51 AM MST8:51 AM EST8:51 AM CT17:51 UAE9:51 ET12:51 - Romo's day was done after one three-and-out series Sunday.
Analysis: The Cowboys are being careful with Romo due to his surgically repaired back.
|Aug. 18, 20153:50 PM PT4:50 PM MT5:50 PM CT6:50 PM ET22:50 GMT6:50 AM 北京时间3:50 PM MST5:50 PM EST5:50 PM CT2:50 UAE (+1)18:50 ET21:50 - Romo had to wait until after Dallas' first joint practice with St. Louis to see if his surgically repaired back would feel good enough to make it through a second straight day with the Rams.
Analysis: The 35-year-old quarterback gave himself the go-ahead Tuesday, which meant he was practicing for four consecutive days for the first time since 2013, between the two back surgeries he had in just eight months. Romo had three days off last week while skipping the preseason opener in San Diego. He figured he could make it through two regular workouts before the visit from the Rams. The Cowboys are off Wednesday, and Romo is in line to make his preseason debut Sunday.
|July 31, 20156:23 PM PT7:23 PM MT8:23 PM CT9:23 PM ET1:23 GMT9:23 AM 北京时间6:23 PM MST8:23 PM EST8:23 PM CT5:23 UAE (+1)21:23 ET0:23 - Romo missed the second full practice of training camp Friday because of a sty in his left eye. A sty is a painful lump that forms on the eyelid and usually disappears in a couple of days.
Analysis: The team said Romo would be re-evaluated for Saturday's workout. The aging 35-year-old is coming off his first full offseason of work since 2012 after sitting out spring practice the past two years following back surgeries.
|June 18, 20152:26 PM PT3:26 PM MT4:26 PM CT5:26 PM ET21:26 GMT5:26 AM 北京时间2:26 PM MST4:26 PM EST4:26 PM CT1:26 UAE (+1)17:26 ET20:26 - Romo walked off the field after the Dallas Cowboys finished their final minicamp practice without stopping to speak with reporters.
Analysis: The four-time Pro Bowl quarterback said plenty by taking part in every organized offseason workout for the first time in three years. Romo was the NFL's top-rated passer last season, when he completed 70 percent of his passes (304 of 435) for 3,705 yards with 34 touchdowns and nine interceptions.
|June 11, 20157:24 AM PT8:24 AM MT9:24 AM CT10:24 AM ET14:24 GMT10:24 PM 北京时间7:24 AM MST9:24 AM EST9:24 AM CT18:24 UAE10:24 ET13:24 - Romo has no regrets about comments he has made about the NFL since the cancellation of a fantasy football-themed event where the Dallas Cowboys quarterback was to be a headliner.
Analysis: Romo, however, refused Wednesday to elaborate on what he said during radio interviews the previous day. Romo also said he was disappointed that the NFL waited until so close to the event before voicing its concerns.
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