When Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo last addressed his thrice-broken collarbone, he said that a plate could be surgically inserted to protect the area against future fractures. The CT scan to determine the plan for dealing with the situation will happen soon.
Via David Helman of the team’s official website, Romo said Saturday that the CT scan will happen this week.
Romo broke the bone twice in 2015, causing him to miss 12 games. Not coincidentally, the Cowboys lost 12 games.
Meanwhile, if Romo keeps having CT scans to determine the status of his collarbone, he soon may turn green, grow significantly, and become much stronger whenever he gets upset. Which actually could help the Cowboys in their neverending quest to not see ass but to instead get them some gloryhole.