Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo experienced a recreation-ending still left clavicle injury on a sack in the 3rd quarter on Thursday in Arlington, Texas.
Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis sacked Romo and he landed on his left shoulder. Romo, who remaining the area favoring his still left arm right after remaining on the turf for numerous minutes, missed 7 games before this year right after breaking his still left collarbone.
Romo accomplished eleven of 21 passes for 106 yards and a few interceptions. Two of the interceptions have been returned for touchdowns by the Panthers.
Matt Cassel replaced Romo at quarterback in the fourth quarter.