Tuesday, December 24, 2013
(Dallas, TX) -- Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is apparently done for the season after sustaining a back injury in Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins. An unnamed source close to the team tells "USA Today" that the injury was serious enough to sideline Romo from this Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. If the Cowboys win, they are in the playoffs, but the source said Romo would also be kept out of any playoff games. Romo said after Sunday's win that he planned to guide the team against the Eagles, insisting he would play through the injury. Dallas will start back-up Kyle Orton in Romo's place.