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Aikman concerned about Romo's back

Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman knows something about back surgeries. He had one at 26 and recovered in time to start the 1993 season. His experience gives him cause for concern over current Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, who is recovering from surgery similar to Aikman's. "I came back in a relatively short period of time because of when I had my surgery, so he's at least afforded more time to get ready,” Aikman told the Cowboys' website during a charity event Wednesday at AT&T Stadium.

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Troy Aikman concerned about Tony Romo’s back; doesn’t think Dallas Cowboys will draft a QB

When Troy Aikman chose to retire at 34 it wasn’t because of concussions he sustained during his 12-year career, it was because of back injuries. And for that reason, the former Dallas Cowboys star quarterback and Pro Football Hall of …

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Witten, at TMS to drive pace car, says Romo 'right on track to come back better than ever, I assume'

Jason Witten, who took in the Final Four with Tony Romo on Saturday night, said Romo is “right on track to come back better than ever, I assume.” Witten said Romo is moving and recovering well from back surgery in...

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Cowboys' offseason dates announced

The NFL released dates Thursday for its teams' offseason programs. The Cowboys' offseason program starts April 21. The first of several organized team activities begins May 27-29, followed by June 2, June 4-5 and June 9-12. It will be interesting to see if quarterback Tony Romo is a participant in OTAs. Team officials say Romo should be recovered from back surgery, but if not there could be concern over whether he'll be ready for training camp. Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones said Romo is ahead of schedule.

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Medical issues for Tony Romo, Henry Melton

ORLANDO, Fla. -- While the Dallas Cowboys project quarterback Tony Romo and defensive tackle Henry Melton will be ready for Week 1 of the 2014 season, their availability for the offseason program, starting April 21 is in question. Romo, according to owner/general manager Jerry Jones, is ahead of schedule from his recovery from back surgery. Jones said Romo has done some throwing motions but stopped short of saying he was throwing passes to receivers.

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Tony Romo ahead of schedule in rehab

ORLANDO, Fla. -- The biggest worry for the Cowboys on the injury front is quarterback Tony Romo. He underwent back surgery last December and all indications are he's ahead of schedule. "He is ahead of expectations," Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones said. "He is ahead of where we expected him to be." Jones said Romo hasn't started throwing passes yet, but he can make throwing motions. The Cowboys begin their offseason program on April 21, and Romo is expected to participate in some capacity.

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Jerry Jones: Tony Romo is ahead of schedule in his rehab from back surgery but not yet throwing

Quarterback Tony Romo has not yet to started throwing passes to receivers and will likely be limited when the Cowboys begin the off season program in April 21. But per owner Jerry Jones, Romo is ahead of schedule in his...

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Cowboys insist there are no worries with Tony Romo’s back and he’s ahead of schedule

The Cowboys continue to insist there are no worries when it comes to Tony Romo’s rehabilitation from back surgery for a herniated disk. “He is ahead of where we expected him to be,’’ owner Jerry Jones said. The plan is …

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Stephen A: Tony Romo Isn't Qualified To Give LeBron Advice

ESPN First Take's Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss recent comments between Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo and LeBron James.

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If Tony Romo Played, Would Cowboys Defeat Eagles?

ESPN First Take's Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss the probability of Dallas Cowboys defeating the Philadelphia Eagles if Tony Romo was in the game.