Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo did not break any ribs on Sunday night against the Giants and will be good to go for Week Two against the Chiefs.
Romo took a hard shot to the midsection and briefly had to leave Sunday night’s game, but Cowboys V.P. Stephen Jones told 105.3 The Fan that X-rays today revealed nothing serious.
“We feel optimistic with the tests coming back negative,” Jones said. “He’ll be sore but something he’ll be able to play with, as it looks right now.’’
Romo said after the game that he wasn’t concerned.
“It’s part of football,” Romo said. “You take some hits sometime. You’ve got to play. You just get back out there and play. . . . I’m going to be fine.”
Romo had an up-and-down game against the Giants, completing 36 of 49 passes for 263 yards, with two touchdowns and one interception.