Clavicle fracture could keep Cowboy Tony Romo from finishing football season

During the Dallas Cowboys' Oct. 25 game against the New York Giants, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was nailed by Giants linebacker Michael Boley, fracturing his left clavicle when he hit the ground.

Romo went down for the count for the rest of the game, appearing in a sling on the sidelines as his team lost 41-35. And it looks as though he may be just watching for the foreseeable future.