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Sunday September 20th, 2015

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo left Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles in the third quarter with a fractured left collarbone, the team announced

Romo was hit and fumbled the ball, falling down and landing hard on his left shoulder in the process. Romo is expected to miss eight weeks with the injury, according to CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora.

The Cowboys held a 13–0 lead over the Eagles at the time of Romo’s injury. He was taken to the locker room after leaving the field.

As he walked off the field, Romo appeared to say “It’s broken.”

Brandon Weeden took over for Romo as Dallas’s quarterback. Romo completed 18 of 27 passes for 195 yards before leaving the game. 

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