Romo to have X-rays Monday on injured collarbone
By Mike Piellucci
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Jon Kitna delivered a Pro Bowl-like performance Sunday. Good timing, since the Cowboys could get some news Monday about when their actual Pro Bowl QB might be back on the field.
Tony Romo is scheduled to undergo X-rays on his broken collarbone Monday to gauge how well the bone is healing. However, Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones has been quick to caution the results of the scan will not necessarily determine if Romo can return this season.
"We didn't think an X-ray or X-rays would help us make this decision," Jones said. "It's going to be how it's feeling."
The initial prognosis for Romo