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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo attended Saturday night’s 93-81 Duke victory over North Carolina at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Romo and Cowboys coach Jason Garrett sat near the Duke bench, rooting on the Blue Devils while wearing black Duke polo shirts. …
IRVING, Texas – If you're wondering where Tony Romo is this weekend and wondering how he looks after back surgery in December, click here. Romo and coach Jason Garrett will attend Saturday's game between Duke and North Carolina after the two have watched a couple of SMU games at Moody Coliseum together. In the video, Romo hits a couple of jumpers at Cameron Indoor Stadium. This is Garrett's second trip to Duke to visit with coach Mike Krzyzewski.
Who is to blame for the Cowboys mediocrity? Is it the owner or the quarterback? Allie LaForce and Tony Luftman have the answer.
Jon Kitna Position: Quarterback Type: Unrestricted 2013 salary: $940,000 Summary: He joined the Cowboys for the final week of the season after Tony Romo suffered a back injury. He was Kyle Orton’s backup in the season finale mostly because he knew the Cowboys’ offense and was in decent enough shape. Why keep him: He is a great guy to have in the locker room. Younger players tend to flock to him because of his wisdom and personality. Why let him go: He is 41 years old.
INDIANAPOLIS – With three straight 8-8 finishes, a team that will need to release players or reconfigure contracts to get under the cap and an aging core with Tony Romo coming off back surgery, Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones sees only the good. “Even though we have cap problems this year,” Jones said, “we have chance to compete for a Super Bowl.” I trust that you have removed you’re hand from your forehead to continue reading.
ESPN First Take's Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss recent comments between Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo and LeBron James.
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was trying to spend a cool night with his father while watching the Dallas Mavericks play the Miami Heat on Tuesday night when a few reporters pestered him about his recovery from back surgery. It's a back that has most people outside of Valley Ranch worried. Team officials say Romo's recovery is moving along and he's in the first phase of his rehab. Romo declined to comment Tuesday night when asked about how he's feeling.
Fifty-five days have passed since Tony Romo underwent back surgery to repair a herniated disk last December hat prevented him from playing in the season-ending loss to Philadelphia. In that time, the Cowboys quarterback has progressed through the early stages …
The Cowboys have major decisions to handle regarding their franchise this offseason. Todd Archer and Calvin Watkins along with some guests answer some of biggest issues for the Cowboys this week. 1. Will Tony Romo return to form after back surgery? Calvin Watkins: Of course he will. The only concern regarding Romo's recovery is when he'll participate in the offseason program. After he had a cyst removed from his back last year, Romo missed some offseason work and came into training camp overweight.
In the last three months, the Cowboys worked out quarterbacks Mike Kafka, David Carr, Tyler Thigpen, John Skelton, Richard Bartel and Caleb Hanie. The Cowboys signed a man they didn't workout in 41-year old Jon Kitna last year because of his familiarly with the offense. Starting quarterback Tony Romo is recovering from back surgery and while the team expects him to participate in the offseason programs that start April 21, there are no guarantees he will.