The Cowboys haven’t ruled quarterback Tony Romo out for Sunday’s game against the Eagles, possibly because they have no obligation to say anything about Romo’s status until the first injury report of the week is issued on Wednesday.
Regardless, he’s injured badly enough to compel the Cowboys to kick tires on other quarterbacks.
Per multiple reports, the Cowboys will work out John Skelton and David Carr. They currently have no quarterbacks on the roster other than Romo and Kyle Orton.
Carr, the first overall pick in the 2002 draft, spent five seasons in Houston as the starter. He has served as a backup with the Panthers, Giants, and 49ers. Skelton spent three years with the Cardinals before bouncing around the league this year.