Tony Romo played through a herniated disk to keep the Cowboys in the playoff race late last season. The quarterback now has to show he’s fully recovered against the team he beat while playing with a punctured lung three years ago.
The Dallas Cowboys keep making positive proclamations about the back-related health of Tony Romo even as the quarterback sat out a second afternoon workout in five practice days in Oxnard training camp.
The Dallas Cowboys are making moves on a trio of quarterback fronts: overseeing a steroid injection for Tony Romo; preparing well-paid veteran backup Kyle Orton; and signing 41-year-old Jon Kitna.
What would you pay for a home owned by a Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl champ? Apparently one player is hoping your answer is – a whole lot! Troy Aikman’s Highland Park home is on the market for a whopping $24 million.