Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will not play against the Eagles. Recent reports also put Romo out for the rest of the season due to a back injury. Romo apparently injured his back during the Dallas Cowboys win over Washington Redskins last week. The Cowboys 24-23 win left Romo with an injury late in the game that he said he felt happen during the game, but he played through the injury. Romo completed 17-27 passes for 226 yards and 2 touchdowns. Romo may have been playing much of the game in pain. He could be seen limping during the 4th quarter and team management has put him on the injury list for the Eagles game and the rest of the season. Romo said he took a hit that triggered the pain but continued to play. He will sit out for the rest of the season for continued evaluation.
By Anthony Clark
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