Dallas quarterback Tony Romo is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against Arizona after missing practice all week with a back injury.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and coach Jason Garrett said Friday that Romo would be a game-time decision. He took a direct hit to his surgically repaired back on a sack in Monday’s 20-17 overtime loss to Washington.
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After going to the locker room for treatment, Romo returned for Dallas’ final two series.
Brandon Weeden, who replaced Romo and led two scoring drives against the Redskins, will make his first start since last Dec. 1 for Cleveland if Romo doesn’t play.
If Weeden starts, undrafted rookie Dustin Vaughan is likely to be activated from the practice squad for the first time.