NFL: Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo Reportedly Out For Season After Collarbone Injury Rocko Rathon November 27, 2015 Source Sports | Sports News Thanksgiving 2015 is surely one that Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo and Cowboys Nation will want to forget. As the boys fell 33-14 to the Carolina Panthers, Romo was sacked by linebacker Thomas Davis on the last play of the 3rd quarter and remained lying on the field clutching his collarbone. A familiar site as Romo broke the same bone early this season and back in 2010. The QB made his return to the field last Sunday as he helped the team to their 3rd win of the season against the Miami Dolphins after missing 7 games with the same injury. A source close to the situation told ESPN‘s Ed Werder that #9 is “done for the season.” Though it has yet to be confirmed by Cowboys front office, pending the results of a CT scan scheduled for today (November 27), it is just another storyline to a horrid season for Dallas, who currently sit at the bottom of the NFC East with a 3-8 record. Prior to the injury, Romo was already having a miserable game, with 2 of his 3 interceptions being ran back for touchdowns. The reigns were handed over to backup Matt Cassel in the 4th quarter, who went 0-4 in Romo’s absence this season.