After the second clavicle injury of the season for Tony Romo, ESPN Injury Analyst Stephania Bell says the Cowboys quarterback will be out for the remainder of the season, but should be fully healed for the start of the 2016 season.
Just two weeks after returning from a broken collarbone, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will miss the rest of the season after a recurrence of the injury during Thursday's loss.
In Tavon Austin's four most productive games this season, the Rams are 3-1. But he has not been getting opportunities to make plays recently.
Andre Branch's sack dance requires a bit more coordination, but Jared Odrick's is a classic. And it's dividing the Jaguars' locker room.
Mike Mitchell struggled last season, his first with the Steelers, but didn't complain as he played with a groin injury that needed offseason surgery.
Matt Forte, starting again after missing the Bears' past three games, had 16 touches on Thursday night, while backup Jeremy Langford had 13.