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Romo, who underwent surgery to repair a herniated disk in his back this past December, was with his teammates as the Cowboys' organized team activities opened Monday, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Romo continues to progress on schedule from his late-December back surgery, according to coach Jason Garrett, the Cowboys' official site reports. "When I've seen him, he looks good. Everyone tells me he's on pace," Garrett said of Romo. "We're going to be patient with him just like we would any player to make sure he's OK before we put him out there. Again, he's on schedule."
Romo says he's right on schedule in his rehab from back surgery in December, the Dallas Morning News reports. "It's going good," Romo said. "We're getting close now. Usually it takes three months, it's just normal kind of roundabout date that they give you and we're right on schedule. Really ahead in a lot of ways. Just going to be ready to go here in about a month and rehab is going good, no setbacks of any kind."
$12.5 million of Romo's $13.5 million base salary has been converted to a signing bonus, ESPN Dallas reports.
Romo (back) is "on target and feels good" with respect to his rehab, according to Cowboys' executive vice president Stephen Jones, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Romo (back) is nearing the next stage of his rehab process, The Dallas Morning News reports.
Cowboys owner/GM Jerry Jones thinks that Romo should be recovered from back surgery in time for spring OTAs, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Romo, who won't practice Thursday, will continue to be evaluated by the Cowboys, according to coach Jason Garrett, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.
Romo continued to rehab the herniated disc in his back Wednesday and remains day-to-day, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports. Coach Jason Garrett said, "[Romo] is fighting through it, going through the treatment process. He's a tough guy...He doesn't seem overly comfortable."
ESPN's Ed Werder reports that a source told him that Romo received an epidural injection to treat a herniated disk in his back.
Coach Jason Garrett indicated at his press conference that Romo spent Monday receiving treatment on his back issue, adding that the Cowboys will address the QB's injury on a day-by-day basis, NFL.com reports. "He was able to play through it, and play very well at the end of (Sunday's) ball game," Garrett said of Romo on Monday. "We evaluated it last night after the game and again this morning...There's going to be a series of different things we do for his treatment over the next few days and see how he responds to it."
Romo threw for 358 yards with two touchdowns and a pair of costly interceptions in Sunday's disastrous 37-36 loss to Green Bay.
Romo played with the flu in Thursday's 31-24 Thanksgiving win over the Raiders, USA Today's Lindsay Jones
Romo completed 23-of-38 passes for 250 yards and two touchdowns, while getting picked off once, in Sunday's 24-21 win over the Giants.
Romo completed 10-of-24 passing for 128 yards with one touchdown in Sunday's game against the Saints.
Romo completed 34-of-51 passes Sunday for 337 yards and two touchdowns against one INT in a 27-23 win over the Vikings.
Romo completed just 14-of-30 passes for 204 yards and three TDs in Sunday's devastating last-second 31-30 loss to the Lions.