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Tony Romo took part in his first contact practice Saturday afternoon since he underwent back surgery seven months ago. The verdict: “I thought Tony threw it well,’’ owner Jerry Jones said. Romo didn’t a lot of deep balls but generally …
OXNARD, Calif. – Tony Romo ’s first full-pads practice of Dallas Cowboys training camp came off without a hitch Saturday. It was Romo’s first extended action since undergoing back surgery last December after he was kept out of competitive drills in the spring. Romo did not take part in Friday’s afternoon workout in which the offense did not go against the defense so he could gear up for his first 11-on-11 action. “I thought Tony threw it well,” owner and general manager Jerry Jones said after the practice.
OXNARD, Calif. -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of Dallas Cowboys training camp: All eyes were on Tony Romo as he practiced in pads for the first time since Week 16 last season because of a back injury. Romo completed nine of 12 passes in team and seven-on-seven drills. The offense attacked downfield with Romo opening the seven-on-seven drills with a back-shoulder throw down the seam to tight end Jason Witten. He connected with Dez Bryant on a deep ball in seven-on-seven drills but overshot Bryant on a deep throw in team drills.
Seven months after undergoing back surgery, quarterback Tony Romo will go through his first contact practice this afternoon. “We anticipate him practicing and going through practice as normal, going through individual period and group and then taking the reps with …
Numbers Never Lie's Michael Smith and Jemele Hill react to recent comments from Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo, who claimed his best years are ahead of him.
OXNARD, Calif. – Tony Romo has yet to throw a pass in a competitive drill in 2014. But the quarterback, recovering from back surgery he underwent last December to repair a herniated disk, insists he’s fine and could be better …
Tony Romo will tell you the best version of him is yet to come. It will take more time in the training room than before to ensure that happens. Doctors have cut into Romo’s back twice in the last 15 …
OXNARD, Calif. -- Despite proclaiming earlier in the week Tony Romo will be full go once the Dallas Cowboys begin training camp, coach Jason Garrett said the quarterback will not take part in Friday’s afternoon workout. Romo, who had back surgery in December and did not take part in competitive drills in the spring, was limited in Thursday’s practice, which did not include any 11-on-11 session. Romo was in the Friday walk-through, taking all of his normal snaps.
Romo has had no setbacks in recovering from his second back surgery in a year.
OXNARD, Calif. – The Dallas Cowboys believe quarterback Tony Romo has made a complete recovery from December surgery to repair a herniated disk in his back. After not participating in competitive drills during offseason workouts, Romo has been fully cleared for the start of training camp. Meanwhile, defensive end Anthony Spencer and defensive tackle Amobi Okoye “won’t be ready to go for a while,” coach Jason Garrett said.
CBSSports.com NFL writer John Breech calls in to talk about Tony Romo, Jason Garrett and the state of the Dallas Cowboys.
OXNARD, Calif. -- On Thursday, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will return to the field full-time for the first time since a Week 16 win against the Washington Redskins on Dec. 22, 2013. Five days later Romo underwent surgery to repair a herniated disk in his back, forcing him to miss the winner-take-all season finale against the Philadelphia Eagles that the Cowboys lost. Romo’s offseason was filled with rehab, a little bit of football and no golf.
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IRVING, Texas -- Examining the Dallas Cowboys' roster: QUARTERBACKS (2) Tony Romo Brandon Weeden The Kyle Orton watch is over now that the Cowboys released the veteran backup. The timing of it is a surprise and Jason Garrett spoke optimistically all offseason about Orton’s return. Now the Cowboys turn their attention to Weeden as Romo’s backup. Weeden had a productive spring, running the first-team offense as Romo recovered from back surgery.
NFL Nation's Todd Archer examines the three biggest issues facing the Dallas Cowboys heading into training camp: The health of Romo: Ever since he became the starter in 2006, how Tony Romo goes is how the Cowboys go. He is coming off his second back surgery in less than a year, but he was able to do much more this offseason than he did in 2013, when he had a cyst removed. The Cowboys kept Romo out of any competitive drills in the spring in order for him to be fully healthy by the time they got to training camp.
All signs have pointed to Tony Romo being able to fully participate when training camp starts later this month. Another positive step in his recovery from December back surgery is that it appears Romo is healthy enough to take in …