Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo continues to recover from surgery to remove a cyst from his back. Romo hasn’t yet practiced in the
OTA sessions, and owner Jerry Jones told Carlos Mendez of The Star-Telegram
that he is “probably unlikely” to participate in the team’s upcoming mandatory
“I don’t know. We’re probably going to be real conservative
there, and it’s probably unlikely,” he said. “I know I said probably unlikely,
but it’s still probably unlikely that he’ll be in minicamp.”
While Romo previously said he would probably be ready for
mini-camp, this doesn’t characterize a setback, according to Jones, as he said
that the signal caller’s recovery is going as expected. The quarterback went
under the knife in April, and it’s unclear how long he’ll be out.
“He’s coming along great,” Jones said. “He’s going to be
ready to go and have his strength and conditioning in great shape. And of
course, he’s spending all kinds of time looking at tape and doing the kinds of
things that he wants to be doing to get ready for the season.”
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