Tony Romo had surgery on his collarbone Tuesday to heel his injury from the 2015-16 season. It is going to take him 6-8 weeks to go through the recovery process. Romo has injured this collarbone three different times in the past 6 years. Romo should be on track to return in time for offseason practice. Tony Romo only started 4 games last season which is the fewest in his entire career. This was also the worst record the Cowboys have had since Romo has been the starter. Tony Romo’s contract is through 2019 and most people believe he still has multiple years in him. However, with all of the injuries that Romo has gone through recently, it is hard to have faith that he will stay healthy. The team may try to draft a quarterback or pick up one in free agency for when Romo does go down again. Romo has always been looked at as the longterm quarterback. Cowboy players and fans all hope that he will stay healthy for the future, and lead the team back to their winning ways. The Cowboys need a spark to find their talent once again, and maybe Romo can be the one if he can stay healthy.