The Cowboys are slowly working their way back to full health. Three key players returned to the practice field on Friday, but not Tony Romo.
Through two preseason games, Jones is averaging 8.6 yards every time he touches the ball. In 11 tries, he’s had runs of 22, 18 and 11 yards.
Jones spent most of his first three seasons with the Dallas Cowboys playing behind Marion Barber or dealing with a series of nagging injuries.
Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys’ starting offense handled every situation just fine against Rob Ryan’s defense.
Jerry Jones usually isn’t very poker-faced about players that strike his fancy, and there appear to be two members.
Since breaking his left collarbone, Tony Romo has done all the prescribed rehabilitation work and kept the rest of his body in shape. He goes to all meetings and watches games from the sideline. And Monday, five weeks after he was hurt, Romo was back on the Dallas Cowboys practice field throwing passes.
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Bill Parcells considered him a closer. Jerry Jones gave him a ton of money. At one point we called him “The Barbarian.”