11/28 News And Notes

Romo May Remove Splint For Week 14

Tim Cowlishaw, of The Dallas Morning News, reports Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo (finger) said he did not think he would be wearing the splint on his right pinkie finger in the team’s Week 14 game.

Whitworth Placed On IR

The Cincinnati Bengals announced Friday, Nov. 28, that they have placed OG Andrew Whitworth (ankle) on Injured Reserve.

Team Rushes For Close To 300 Yards In Week 13

ESPN.com reports the Tennessee Titans rushed for 292 yards in the team’s Week 13 game.

Warner Has Streak Snapped In Week 13

ESPN.com reports Arizona Cardinals QB Kurt Warner had his streak of five straight 300-yard passing games snapped in Week 13. Warner threw for 235 yards in the game.

Westbrook Makes History In Week 13

ESPN.com reports Philadelphia Eagles RB Brian Westbrook became only the fourth player in NFL history in Week 13 to score two rushing touchdowns, two receiving touchdowns and have 100-plus yards rushing in a game.

Jean-Gilles Breaks Ankle, Out For Year

The Associated Press reports Philadelphia Eagles OG Max Jean-Gilles (ankle) left the team’s Week 13 game with a broken ankle and is out for the year. He was replaced by OL Nick Cole in the game.

Fitzgerald Catches Two Touchdowns In Week 13

The Associated Press reports Arizona Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald caught five passes for 65 yards with two touchdowns during the team’s Week 13 game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Warner Solid In Week 13

The Associated Press reports Arizona Cardinals QB Kurt Warner was 21-for-39 for 235 yards with three touchdown passes and three interceptions during the team’s Week 13 game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Marion Barber Suffers Disclocated Pinkie Toe

Dallas Cowboys running back Marion Barber suffered a dislocated pinkie toe Thursday. The Cowboys don’t believe it is serious. The year of the pinkie in Dallas. “I’m optimistic about both of them,” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said after the game, referring to Barber and DeMarcus Ware, who had a minor knee injury. “They’re thumbs up.”

DeMarcus Ware Leaves After Three Sacks

Dallas Cowboys OLB DeMarcus Ware left Thursday’s game in the third quarter with an apparent right knee injury after he recorded three sacks. He won’t return. He was walking, joking, and did post-game interviews, so the injury doesn’t appear too serious. Ware took the NFL lead with 15 sacks on the season, beating Walter Jones twice and Sean Locklear with an impressive array of moves.