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Romo (collarbone) is expected to be a full participant when the Cowboys start OTAs in late May, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Romo said Saturday that his rehab from collarbone surgery continues to go well and that he's been able to fully participate in his throwing program for over a week, David Helman of DallasCowboys.com reports. "It's been going great [during unofficial team workouts] for the last two, three weeks just getting them going and being able to go full speed and all that stuff. It's been great," Romo said. "I can throw fully. I've been throwing fully here for a good week and a half, two weeks. It's been good."
Owner and general manager Jerry Jones said Tuesday that Romo is feeling "excellent" in his recovery from surgery on his left collarbone on March 8, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Romo is undergoing surgery on his left collarbone Tuesday, Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas reports.
Romo (collarbone) will undergo surgery next week to address a fracture in his collarbone, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Romo is slated for a CT scan this coming week, which will help determine whether or not the QB will elect to undergo a procedure to insert a plate to help strengthen his collarbone, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Romo plans to undergo surgery on his left clavicle in two weeks Clarence Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Romo (collarbone) is leaning toward undergoing a Mumford procedure on his left clavicle, The Dallas Morning News reports.
Romo will be evaluated in late February or early March to determine if surgery is necessary on his left collarbone, The Dallas Morning News reports.
Romo expects to undergo surgery on his left collarbone in the offseason, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. "We've had exhaustive discussions about it," he said Saturday. "It's going to be good."
Romo (collarbone) said he will have a CT scan next week to determine whether surgery is necessary on his shoulder, NBCDFW's Pat Doney reports.