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November 04, 2012

Romo strains back on final play against Falcons, says he'll "be alright"

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo injured his back on the final play of Sunday’s game and was walking gingerly in the locker room as he prepared to change into street clothes.

But Romo indicated he did not think the ailment was serious.

“I tweaked it a little bit on the last play,” Romo said. “I’ll be alright. I just strained it.”

_ Jimmy Burch

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I think this is a signal, he always has a small injury. Next thing is, "I'll be alright," turns out he won't be able to start and the backup is summoned to play the entire game. I know Tony Romo...

Romo...don't start crying now about being injured. If you are. Ask out. Next man up. Orton anyone? Why not? What do we have to lose? Not winning with Romo...

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