No surgery for Romo

Tony Romo will not require surgery afer fracturing his left clavicle.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo underwent additional evaluation and testing today - including a CT scan - on the fractured left clavicle that occurred in last night's game against the New York Giants.

The results of those tests indicate an estimated recovery time of between six to eight weeks. Surgery has not been recommended as a part of Romo's recovery process.

"It doesn't feel good but it's just normal," he said after Monday night's loss to New York.

"I didn't know that it was broken. I was kind of in shock, when it happens your body kind of goes in shock and I had a hard time breathing. I tried catching my breath and when I did, it was hard to move this (left) shoulder. It felt like it was kind of a good sprain and I was just trying to get back in. I was just really light headed."

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