On the sidelines of Sunday's Cowboys-Giants game, injured starting quarterback Tony Romo wasn't using a sling for his broken left collarbone.
Romo suffered the injury on a hit by Michael Boley on Oct. 25 vs. the New York Giants. Team officials said Romo, who doesn't need surgery, is out 6-to-8 weeks.
After the game, Romo said sometimes he doesn't need the sling but is taking every precaution necessary to get healed.
Dallas would probably need to run the table between now and whenever Romo could come back, which might be a week or two earlier if he's recovering faster. But, would the Cowboys really play him?