Romo still talks about wishing he had been on the field instead of at home following back surgery when the Cowboys lost a playoffs-or-bust finale to Philadelphia last season.
Head coach Jason Garrett has a contract that expires after the season, but owner Jerry jones isn’t concerned. “It’s a non event for me.”
The Cowboys insist that their focus is on Sunday night’s game against the Giants and not the myriad sidebars that go along with having the high profile of a 7-3 team.
Ben and Skin listen to Jason Garrett’s post-win pep talk from Sunday’s game in London and the University of Tennessee football team’s pre-game speech from rapper Lil Jon last Saturday, then decide which of the two would get a team more pumped up.
On the eve of kick off, a massive collection of Cowboys quotes from the Saturday Fan Forum outside of Wembley. This is extensive, raw and “every moving blade of grass,” as I know the Fan Fan likes it:
The Cowboys’ Friday in London began with QB Tony Romo working against air with a high level of accuracy and will later be filled with the team’s only day of group sightseeing.
Bruce Carter is…unsettled. His position as a starting linebacker for the Cowboys. His contractual future in Dallas, and his stomach in London.
Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo participated in the lightest of walkthroughs on Tuesday upon the Cowboys’ arrival in London.
When the Cowboys arrive in London on Tuesday in preparation for Sunday’s game against Jacksonville, they may need even more of Melton inside.
The bags are packed. The visas are being checked. The manifest for the Virgin Airlines flight that tonight will transport the Cowboys to London is full.
Tony Romo’s efforts to play Sunday against the visiting Cardinals include a “double-flak jacket’ and 12 hours of daily treatment beginning at 6:30 a.m.
As the Dallas Cowboys continue to monitor Tony Romo’s health following a violent blow to his back in Monday’s loss to Washington, the quarterback continues to attempt to manage the pain on his way to a rapid return to the field.