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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, a source 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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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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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

View from the press box at MetLife Stadium, where the Jets "host" the Giants in the annual MetLife Bowl. The home team is 0-8 in the bowl series.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Initial word on Packers safety Chris Banjo's hamstring injury is good after an MRI on Saturday. However, the team doctors will further examine him on Sunday, when players report back to work.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

OL Justin Pugh was out early putting in some work. Wouldn't expect him to play though. Giants have been cautious with his shoulder injury.

MRI reveals broken bone in Romo's back

Images reveal Tony Romo has a broken bone in his back. Romo's status for Week 1 is uncertain. What happened?

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Not sure if Colin Kaepernick act was honorable. cynical. or naive. Only absolutely sure he was free to do it.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Lions DT Haloti Ngata, who played nine seasons for the Ravens, returns to Baltimore for the first time as an opposing player

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins cut 10 players Saturday, including linebacker Willie Jefferson who was in the running to be the fourth outside linebacker. Others cut include tackle Al Bond, tackle Cody Davis, linebacker Shiro Davis, linebacker Ejiro Ederaine, defensive back Jeremy Harris, receiver Valdez Showers, receiver Dez Stewart, receiver Jarvis Turner and running back Kelsey Young.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Andy Reid declined to discuss the imminent arrival of unsigned safety Eric Berry: "i've fished once or twice and I don't count the fish until it's in the boat." Reid said.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

May be a bit more green than usual at MetLife Stadium today but Odell Beckham Jr. just stopped and fist bumped the attendant in the middle of the parking lot. The Giants and Jets kick off in a little less than three hours. It's a Jets home game.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

This is Mike Bostic, aka "Clony Dungy" (@clonydungyxl1). Says he's been dressing up like this for every Colts game for the last three years.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan's MRI showed no further damage to his groin, but it's uncertain how much practice time he'll miss if any, a source close to the situation said. The Redskins will determine his practice plans today and Sunday.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers traded CB Kenneth Acker to the Kansas City Chiefs for a seventh-round pick in 2018, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Moving Acker helps alleviate some of the glut at corner the Niners have to sort through as roster cuts approach. Acker started 13 games last year but was working on the third-team defense in this camp after the team drafted CBs Will Redmond and Rashard Robinson this year.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs made a trade today, sending a draft pick to the 49ers for CB Kenneth Acker.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys executive Vice President Stephen Jones on Tony Romo's mindset now that he had been diagnosed with a broken bone in his back: "He's driven for this not to be like last year," Jones said. He's certainly not deterred and he really feels like it's going to be different but he can get through this and that he also feels very confident that our team can win football games without him while he's not here. He's driven to help Dak win football games for us so that when he gets back that we have a great chance to have a great season, get in the tournament and contend for a championship. Nothing's changed."