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.
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett says the team anticipates that Tony Romo will play on Sunday against Arizona after the quarterback suffered a back contusion in Monday night’s loss to the Redskins.
When asked about his contract, Dallas Cowboys head coach said he doesn’t want to talk about it because he is just interested in winning games right now.
Head coach Jason Garrett has his first six-game win streak after the season began with him in the hottest seat in the league coming off 8-8 records in all three of his full seasons.
The vibe in the Cowboys locker room following their 31-21 victory over the Giants was at best, business-like. And THAT is a very good sign.
Tony Romo complained about the home crowd after the last game at AT&T Stadium. The tone after Sunday’s win over the visiting Giants was radically different.
Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle won’t be suspended after his arrest on a shoplifting charge.
Inside the walls of Valley Ranch, Doug Free’s reputation as a “tough guy” is beyond reproach. But his toughness is about to get tested.