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Tony Romo close to return, will have major fantasy impact

The Dallas Cowboys quarterback with undergo an MRI Monday to get status on broken bone. We breakdown the fantasy implications. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones reiterated on the team’s website Monday that Tony Romo is their No. 1 quarterback, while discussing the status of the 13-year veteran’s return, according to Cowboys’ beat writer David Helman. Romo will undergo an MRI Monday and the team is expecting good news about the QB’s fractured vertebrae from the procedure.
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