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Jones May Limit the Playing Time Romo Gets This Weekend

In a rather strange twist, Jerry Jones may limit the amount of playing time Tony Romo sees at QB for the game in San Diego this weekend:

Cowboys owner concerned about makeshift offensive line. First, the Chicago Bears gave the quick hook to their quarterback Jay Cutler against the San Diego Chargers. Now, Jerry Jones might order up the same thing for his quarterback Tony Romo when the Dallas Cowboys visit Qualcomm Stadium Saturday night. Jones has told the NFL Network he will be cautious with Romo as right tackle Marc Colombo is shelved following arthroscopic knee surgery and left guard Kyle Kosier went out of practice Wednesday with an MCL injury. “That will cause you to kind of think about how much (time) with Romo,” Jones said. “We’re very comfortable with (left tackle Doug) Free out there. But certainly the other consideration is one that may limit Romo’s time.” The Cowboys can be a little more conservative with playing time because they will have five preseason games as they opened with the Hall of Fame Game.


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