Tony Romo doesn’t need surgery to repair his fractured left clavicle.
But the Cowboys are in definite need of another quarterback.
Could it be former Boise State star Kellen Moore, who’s on the practice squad?
Or someone who’s on the unemployment line?
On Monday, the same day Romo sent out a surgery-not-needed tweet after suffering an injury in Sunday’s win over the Eagles, team officials were scrambling to figure out their immediate future at the position. Romo is expected to be sidelined for about eight weeks.
Backup Brandon Weeden, the only other QB on the active 53-man roster, is scheduled to start Sunday against the Falcons.
The Cowboys have not ruled out signing a free agent or adding a quarterback via trade, Vice President Stephen Jones said during a radio interview Monday
This story was originally published September 22, 2015 10:31 AM.