Monday September 21st, 2015

Despite the Cowboys winning on Sunday, the team took a big hit when Tony Romo broke his collarbone, an injury that will keep the quarterback out for eight weeks. 

Elsewhere, the Packers beat the Seahawks on Sunday night, sending the two-time defending NFC champions to 0-2. The Patriots beat the Bills in a high-scoring AFC East meeting, while the Falcons improved to 2-0 with a victory over the New York Giants. The Browns, Raiders and Jaguars were all winners, the first time those three teams have won on the same day since Nov. 25, 2007. 

Check out the latest NFL news and rumors as Week 2 wraps up ahead of Monday night's meeting between the Jets and Colts

Sept. 21

• Cowboys QB Tony Romo is expected to miss eight weeks after suffering a broken clavicle in Sunday's 20-10 victory over the Eagles.  

Brandon Weeden has been named the Cowboys starting QB for week 3 following Romo's injury.

CHAT SPORTS: 7 quarterbacks the Cowboys could sign to replace Romo

• Eagles LB Kiko Alonso left Sunday's game against the Cowboys with a left knee injury and didn't return. Alonso is due for an MRI exam on the knee on Monday.

49ers running back Carlos Hyde left Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the third quarter and was cleared to return after testing negative for a possible concussion.

Saints QB Drew Brees said that a hard hit in the first quarter of a 26-19 loss to the Buccaneers left his arm rattled. He admitted his shoulder affected a number of throws later in the game.

• Colts owner Jim Irsay may go after a big coaching name if the team makes a change after this season, according to NFL.com's Albert Breer. 

• ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that X-rays on Packers' RB Eddie Lacy's ankle were negative after the running back sustained an injury on Sunday.

• Despite speculation he could return to the NFL, retired wide receiver Randy Moss has has not inquired about opportunities, and teams have not reached out to him, Pro Football Talk reports

CHAT SPORTS: Week 3 injury roundup

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