Jennifer Floyd Engel
INDIANAPOLIS — Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo cannot sleep and, as a result, cannot play. Romo is a side sleeper and it tells him nightly his injured shoulder is not ready to return to Sunday pitch-and-catch duty.
“Scrunched” is the very non-medical term Romo used and, as long as his shoulder does that when lying down, he is unavailable for football action. In all honesty, any sort of football duty for Romo again this season seems remote and highly dubious.
Why risk newly jacking up The Franchise’s shoulder simply because he wants to play? And while Romo hates watching, he says he loves what he’s seeing.
From his Cowboys teammates. And from interim coach Jason Garrett.
“Winning and losing, that matters,” Romo said. “And from that perspective, nobody can argue with Jason Garrett.”
Scoreboard says it all: 3 Ws, 1 L in the very brief JG era.
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