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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will reportedly start this Sunday. 

By SI Wire
November 16, 2015

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo’s fractured left collarbone has healed and he will start against the Dolphins on Sunday, reports ESPN’s Ed Werder. 

Romo sustained the collarbone injury in Week 2 and has missed every game since. Dallas placed Romo on short-term injured reserve after the injury, making Week 11 the earliest Romo could return.

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Brandon Weeden and Matt Cassell started in place of Romo for the Cowboys, who have lost seven straight games. At 2–7, Dallas is in fourth in the NFC East, three games behind the first-place Giants

In two games this season, Romo has thrown for 551 yards and three touchdowns with a 98.8 passer rating. Romo has a career record of 77–48.

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