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The end of the week cometh and in true GMS fashion we’re celebrating in the only way we know how. That’s right, by feeding you the biggest news steadily making its way down the grapevine.
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Romo's fractured collarbone
As of last night, the search for a definitive answer regarding Tony Romo’s recent injury was still inconclusive, but it’s believed he has suffered a small fracture to his twice-broken left collarbone.
The Cowboys’ quarterback lasted just two games, having returned from another break to the bone, before being taken off the field in the third quarter of the loss to the Carolina Panthers.
Sources have told ESPN that more tests are set to be run today - they could lead to Romo being ruled out for the rest of the season.
Broncos wait for Manning
Meanwhile, Denver Broncos fans are going to have to wait another three weeks before they get the chance to see Peyton Manning in action again.
According to reports, the legendary QB won’t feature again for the Broncos until game week 15 as he’s still injured with the problem that forced him onto the bench during the game against the Kansas City Chiefs two weeks ago.
Okafor in street fight
Now, in the NBA, just when Philadelphia fans thought the campaign couldn’t get any worse Jahlil Okafor has been caught on camera in a street fight.
The incident supposedly happened after the 76ers most recent loss to the Boston Celtics. The police didn’t make any arrests.
Curry on reaching 33-0
Lastly, Stephen Curry has admitted that the longest winning streak in NBA history - an honour currently belonging to the LA Lakers side of 1971/72 - is on the minds of he and his Golden State Warriors teammates.
Coincidentally it was the Lakers who handed the Warriors their 16th victory of the season earlier this week - allowing them to set a new record - but Curry has claimed all eyes are now trained on the future.
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