Tony Romo re-injures non-throwing shoulder

It has been a nightmare Thanksgiving for the Dallas Cowboys and their fans.

After falling in a deep hole early, the Cowboys were never able to recover and the Carolina Panthers were running away with the win. Then, things went from bad to worse.

In the fourth quarter of the game, quarterback Tony Romo was thrown to the ground by Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis and stayed down.

Tony Romo was knocked out again on this sack, landed on his shoulder

— The Cauldron (@TheCauldron) November 27, 2015

Romo eventually returned to his feet and left the game favoring his non-throwing shoulder. It didn’t look good for Romo, who recently returned from a fractured left clavicle, as he left the field and was immediately ruled out for the remainder of the game.

The Cowboys announced that Romo was taken for x-rays, but no further information was provided.

Campus Sports will update you with more information as it becomes available.

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