Tony Romo out with a fractured collarbone

Dave Pratt, DPT, checks in on Tony Romo, Dez Bryant, T.Y. Hilton, and all other fantasy-relevant injuries for Week 3 of the NFL season.

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(AP Photo/Brandon Wade)

(AP Photo/Brandon Wade)

Tony Romo out with a fractured collarbone

The Cowboys’ woes continued in Week 2, as Tony Romo suffered a fractured left collarbone during Sunday’s game. Additionally, news of Dez Bryant’s recent surgery makes his return appear to be longer than initially reported by the team. On the bright side, they are 2-0.

Well, that’s enough about the Cowboys. Lets jump into all of the fantasy-relevant injury news you need to know heading into Week 3. As with every week, this article will be updated as more is known regarding these injuries.

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Dave Pratt, DPT, is a licensed physical therapist and a former collegiate football player. He has years of experience analyzing game footage and injuries. Throughout the NFL season, he will breakdown and discuss all fantasy-significant injuries in this weekly column. The first edition of the column will be made available on Monday afternoons, and updates will be made throughout the week. Follow him on Twitter @PFF_DavePratt

  • Antknee

    any word on Devonta Adams?

    • Dave Pratt

      He left Sunday’s game temporarily with an ankle injury, and returned for the second half. The Packers rested him today at practice. Besides that, I haven’t heard anything else about his injury. I’m not seeing any red flags yet. If I had to take an educated guess, I would say he has a Grade 1 low ankle sprain. I expect him to play this week, but likely with reduced speed and lateral agility. If you’re considering him for DFS, you can find better deals this week.