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The Dallas Cowboys could be without quarterback Tony Romo for as long as eight weeks, with scans having confirmed the worst regarding his suspected fractured collarbone. According to a report published on NFL.com, Romo’s broken clavicle could keep him away from the field for as long as two months, although he may be able to practice after six weeks. The Cowboys themselves are expecting to learn more about the situation when Romo is re-assessed today, though Brandon Weeden will now be expected to take over for the 35-year-old moving forward. Across to the NBA and Golden State Warriors forward Harrison Barnes has been offered an initial four-year, $64million contract extension. It’s believed the Warriors’ opening gambit, which equates to $16m-a-year, wasn’t accepted, but it marks the start of negotiations that might run until October 31. The offer comes as the Warriors attempt to prevent Barnes from reaching reslap up the opportunity to see two potential future Hall of Famers go at it.

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