Jerry Jones opened training camp with stories about how young his Dallas Cowboys were. He told a few thousand fans at the kickoff luncheon that many of those players faced an “uphill battle.”
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Even if Tony Romo’s surgically repaired back holds up, the Dallas Cowboys could have a difficult time matching the 8-8 finish they’ve had for three years running.
Romo missed practice again Monday, though it was hard to tell whether it was rest for his surgically repaired back or the first of a few days off assuming the Dallas quarterback is finished for the preseason.
The Cowboys are 13 days away from their regular-season opener against the 49ers, and Romo taking rest days as part of his ramp-up following December back surgery is now expected.
Tony Romo – and all Cowboys hope for that matter – survived a full half of NFL action Saturday night in the Cowboys preseason dress rehearsal against the Dolphins.
When Romo and the Dallas Cowboys visit Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins on Saturday night, plenty of eyes will predictably be on the quarterbacks.
Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett have been inconsistent in relaying the team’s plans for Tony Romo this weekend in Miami.
The Cowboys worked early Wednesday morning at Valley Ranch without both their offensive and defensive signal-callers.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett insists the team has yet to finalize its plans for Tony Romo playing time in Saturday’s ‘dress-rehearsal’ preseason game in Miami
The Cowboys defense took a step towards taking shape on Tuesday morning as projected opening-day starting cornerbacks Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne were both in pads.
One thing is becoming clear. For the Cowboys to even have a chance at a nine-win parity party that MIGHT land them in the postseason, it will all be on Tony Romo’s back.