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Mike Jenkins

Romo fractures collarbone in Cowboys' win over Eagles

PHILADELPHIA The biggest fear the Dallas Cowboys had coming into a season they hoped would result in a Super Bowl berth for the first time in 20 years were injuries. One week after losing Pro Bowl receiver Dez Bryant for eight weeks with a fractured bone in his foot in the season opener against the New York Giants, the Cowboys have lost Pro Bowl quarterback Tony Romo for least eight weeks with a fractured left clavicle. Romo was injured in the third quarter of Sunday's 20-10 victory against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. "It never feels good when you're hurt, especially the way I feel about our football team and the way we played today," Romo said....