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High five: Romo’s pain; Browns’ bane

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo knew he was risking another left collarbone injury by coming back eight weeks after breaking it. Following his injury in an NFL football game on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015 in Arlington, Texas, he will sit out the remaining five games with a small fracture in the same collarbone that had already sidelined him for seven games.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo knew he was risking another left collarbone injury by coming back eight weeks after breaking it. Following his injury in an NFL football game on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015 in Arlington, Texas, he will sit out the remaining five games with a small fracture in the same collarbone that had already sidelined him for seven games. The Associated Press

Takeaways from Week 12 in the NFL:

▪ Tony Romo is fully justified to feel paranoid.

▪ A loss to the Bears following a win over the Vikings means the Packers officially defy explanation.

▪ Brock Osweiler is no Peyton Manning, and the Broncos are not complaining.

▪ Apparently the NFL somewhat agrees with the critique by guard Alex Boone of the officiating crew that worked the 49ers-Cardinals game.

▪ The Browns needed more this season than a uniform makeover.

Jeff Caraska

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