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October 13, 2011

Romo will wear Kevlar jacket and take painkilling shot

Tony Romo said he will continue to wear a Kevlar jacket to protect his fractured rib, and he will take another painkilling shot Sunday.

"Yeah, I still have to take a shot and am doing the vest and all that good stuff," Romo said Thursday.

He said, though, that his fractured rib is healing just fine. Romo was injured in the victory over the 49ers in Week 2, fracturing a rib and puncturing a lung. He missed most of the third quarter of that game but started the next two games.

"I’m feeling better," Romo said. "Every week that goes by gets better and better. Hopefully in about a couple of weeks it’ll be back to normal. Until then we have to do some little things to get over it."

-- Charean Williams

 

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I was a Proud Canadian but I tired of the immigrants of the past 25 years. WE are becoming a "use to be country".What have you done for Canada lately.

Romo was injured in the victory over the 49ers in Week 2, fracturing a rib and puncturing a lung. He missed most of the third quarter of that game but started the next two games.

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Tony, love you like a brother. You are a great guy, but it is time to step aside. At this point McGee gives us a better chancing at winning. I am tired of our starting QB being the MVP for the other team.

"Romo will wear Kevlar jacket and take painkilling shot"

...and, hopefully, only complete passes to players wearing Cowboys uniforms.

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