December 26, 2010 by staff
Stephen Mcgee, Jon Kitna left for a game when he was sandwiched between Arizona defenders Calais Campbell and O’Brien Schofield. He returned for four more pieces, including a 7-yard track in the third-and-goal from the 9, and 2-yards a touchdown to Jason Witten touchdown pass on fourth down.The was his last play. “It was a shot of Jason for a touchdown was when I felt,” said Kitna.
He was in obvious pain, grimacing as he threw the ball on the touchline. Kitna went to the locker room, but even a shot against the pain did not help. “It was more than wrong,” said Kitna. “I guess wounded. We can not make athletic movements and things you have to do at quarterback, anything that requires no relationship.” Kitna said he strained the oblique muscle in his left side. This is his first career pulled muscle.
Its status as the season finale next week against the Eagles is in doubt. Starter Tony Romo went on the disabled list Tuesday with a broken left collarbone. The Cowboys may need to take fourth this week with third countries stringer Stephen McGee only one-quarter sound still standing. “We’ll wait and see,” said Kitna. “It’s a muscle thing, so you just have to kind of see how he reacts.”
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