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Source: Romo has fracture, may sit 6-10 weeks

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has a compression fracture in his back and could miss 6-10 weeks, sources confirmed to ESPN.

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Predicting breakout rookies for all 32 teams

In Sterling Shepard, the Giants believe they picked up a wingman for Odell Beckham Jr. Which other rookies could star in 2016? NFL Nation picks the rookie each team will rely on the most.

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DeSean Jackson jukes his way to a big gain (0:28)
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Gruden vs. Warner: Remembering an Arena Bowl classic

Feast your eyes on this jewel of an ESPN telecast (in SD quality no less) between Jay Gruden and Kurt Warner, and read what they recall of each other, the AFL and that 1996 title game.

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Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears third string quarterback Connor Shaw suffered what appeared to be a very serious left leg injury. Shaw, who was the Bears best player on Saturday, had his left leg placed in an air cast and carted back to the locker room.

Bill Barnwell @billbarnwell

Question to which I don't know the answer: should the Cowboys sit Dak Prescott in their final preseason game now?

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

$17.5 million: Amount Cowboys will have paid Tony Romo for his last four games played.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears backup quarterback Brian Hoyer left the game in the fourth quarter following a big hit after he delivered the football. Hoyer tried to wave off the medical staff, but they eventually took the veteran QB back to the sidelines.

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

Terribly unfortunate for #Cowboys to lose Tony Romo. Timing is fortunate in coaches have 2 weeks to game plan for what Dak can do best

Carlos Nava Columnist, ESPN Deportes 

Tony Romo estará fuera de seis a 10 semanas por fractura de compresión de la vértebra L1, informaron dos Fuentes de los #Cowboys Jason Garrett tuvo conferencia telefónica hoy con prensa y no dijo nada, ni siquiera cuánto tiempo esperaba que su quarterback esté fuera de acción. Los Cowboys cierran pretemporada el jueves en casa contra Texans. Habrá que ver si traen otro mariscal de campo.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills tight end Chris Gragg is out for the season, he announced Saturday afternoon on Instagram. Gragg suffered a left knee injury in last night's preseason loss to the Redskins. The fourth-year tight end wasn't a major contributor but had a strong chance for a 53-man roster spot. Buffalo could turn to Blake Annen or Nick O'Leary in his place.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Knile Davis finally entered the game for the Chiefs in the fourth quarter. He was the third back in the game and two backs who will make the team, Jamaal Charles and Charcandrick West, aren't playing because of injuries.

Darren Rovell @darrenrovell

The NFL fans that will pay the most this year to see their teams are the Cowboys and 49ers. Think about that.