came here to say rip
― johnny crunch, Saturday, 27 August 2016 21:46 (three years ago) link
The Dallas Cowboys’ season flashed before their eyes again, but quarterback Tony Romo assured fans they can breathe easy.
Romo left Thursday night’s exhibition after taking an awkward hit from Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril on the game’s third play that left the Cowboys star clutching his back.
But both he and Cowboys coach Jason Garrett were confident that there were no serious effects from the hit.
"I feel fine," Romo told reporters after the game. "Obviously it was a jolt to the back, and it was kind of a perfect storm for a perfect hit. But I'm fine. ... I could have come back in, but it was (Garrett's) decision."
Romo writhed on the ground for some time after the hit before going to the sideline, where he spoke with team medical personnel before putting back on his helmet and doing some throwing.
"That was probably as tough a hit as I've taken on my back in the last five years," Romo said.
Romo said he did not undergo an X-ray because he only felt normal soreness, which was already starting to fade by postgame.
"We don't think it's a serious thing, and we just felt better keeping him out," Garrett said.
― nomar, Saturday, 27 August 2016 22:21 (three years ago) link
prepare for DAK ATTACK, bitches
― chicken lit (rip van wanko), Saturday, 27 August 2016 23:01 (three years ago) link
at least he didn't go into a w33d store
― mookieproof, Sunday, 28 August 2016 05:27 (three years ago) link
feel bad for the man, so much back damage
― brimstead, Sunday, 28 August 2016 05:31 (three years ago) link