Romo injured
Tony Romo wen to the locker room in the third quarter after suffering a shoulder injury against the Philadelphia Eagles. Getty

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will not return to Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field after fracturing his left clavicle. The 11-year veteran, who throws with his right arm, will undergo further testing Monday, according to the Cowboys.

Romo immediately grabbed his left shoulder after being sacked by rookie linebacker Jordan Hicks with 9:44 remaining in the third quarter. The 35-year-old fumbled on the play and the Eagles recovered, with Dallas leading 13-0. Romo had completed 18 of 27 pass attempts for 195 yards.

In the 2010 season, Romo missed the last 10 games with a broken right collarbone. He also didn't play in one game in 2014 due to two transverse process fractures in his back.

Brandon Weeden replaced Romo. The 31-year-old has played in 28 games in his career, with the bulk of his time spent with the Cleveland Browns. The Cowboys do not have a third-string quarterback on their roster.

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