Cowboys QB Tony Romo on Saturday took part in his first contact practice since undergoing back surgery seven months ago.
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After Romo participated in the Friday morning walkthrough, coach Jason Garrett said the quarterback will not take part in the afternoon workout.
Will Romo have time for rehab during the regular season? Will he stay healthy?
But Tony Romo is coming off two back surgeries in the last year-and-a-half, so all Oxnard eyes were on him at Thursday’s kickoff practice. Romo’s participation? A ‘let’s-be-smart’ level and a ‘brimming-with-confidence’ level, too.
Romo isn’t worried about getting hit. He thinks he can play several more years, even joking Thursday that he’ll still be taking snaps when he’s 45.
The Cowboys are proclaiming rehabbed quarterback Tony Romo a “full-go” for Thursday’s start to training camp.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said that he expects quarterback Tony Romo to be “full go” for the first training camp workout on Thursday. Romo’s been waiting for that signal for weeks.
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Like any backup who knows his role, Brandon Weeden happily stepped aside when Tony Romo wanted to take some snaps on the opening day of minicamp for the Cowboys.
The Cowboys opened Tuesday’s three-day minicamp with a familiar, welcome and limited sight. Tony Romo was under center. “You saw that, huh?” Romo said coyly.