Cowboy pretty boy Tony Romo informed his coaches on Wednesday that he is ready to play Sunday against the St. Louis Rams despite a broken pinkie finger which had an original diagnosis of four weeks to heal.
Romo did not practice on Wednesday but did throw the ball on the side with his fractured pinkie in a splint, and according to eyewitnesses, he was able to throw the ball with good velocity and appeared confident after throwing. The session was not open to bloggers however.
Hopefully Chris Long gets an unabated lane on the Dallas Q and zeros in on his throwing hand and crushes the quarterback landing directly on the pinkie. I wouldn’t mind.