Tony Romo injures throwing hand
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo left Sunday’s game early against the Philadelphia Eagles after injuring his right hand. Romo suffered the injury during the Cowboys' first series when he hit his hand on a defender's helmet.
Romo was seen throwing the ball on the sidelines. His hand was swollen and trainers wrapped it. Reports saying the injury doesn’t appear to be serious as X-ray results came back negative. The Cowboys backup quarterback Stephen McGee is in.
The Giants’ win over the Jets keeps the Cowboys from being able to clinch a division title this week.