Dallas Cowboys Unveil New Logo Following Tony Romo’s MRI

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ARLINGTON, TX – The Cowboys season took on some major changes today, most notably their quarterback and their logo.

Tony Romo underwent an MRI for precautionary reasons following the tackle that left Romo injured on Thursday night.

That MRI revealed a broken bone in the back of Romo, with doctors now estimating the QB to be out for 6-10 weeks (which may very well be their record).


Soon after the announcement, the team held a press conference at AT&T Stadium where the Cowboys unveiled a new logo design that will be used for the 2016-2017 season, and possibly longer.