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Romo (collarbone) was placed on the IR/designated-to-return list Tuesday, Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas reports.
Romo will not require surgery to repair his broken collarbone, but is still expected to miss about eight weeks, NFL.com reports.
The Cowboys expect Romo (fractured clavicle) to miss 8-to-10 weeks, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Romo completed 36 of 45 passes for 356 yards, with three touchdowns and two interceptions in Sunday's 27-26 comeback win over the Giants.
Romo has a 4-2 record in his career with 17 touchdowns and only three interceptions against teams coached by Steve Spagnuolo, the Giants' defensive coordinator, Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas reports.
Head coach Jason Garrett confirmed that Romo will start the season taking part in the walkthrough portion of drills each Wednesday before sitting out practice itself, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Romo completed five of eight passes for 88 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's preseason game against the Vikings.
Brandon Weeden took first-team reps in practice Thursday, Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas reports, an indication that Romo will receive limited snaps in Sunday's preseason game against the 49ers.
Romo isn't expected to play in the Cowboy's preseason opener Thursday in San Diego, Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Romo was back at practice Saturday after having a stye removed from his left eye, Rob Phillips of DallasCowboys.com reports.
Romo's practice reps in training camp will be subject to how he feels from day to day, Drew Davison of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. "We'll develop that plan based on how he's feeling, how he's handling the workload," coach Jason Garrett said. "You'll probably see him practice a lot, you'll probably see him have some off days. There's nothing structured at this point."
Romo says he feels fully healthy this offseason for the first time since his 2013 back surgery, Rob Phillips of DallasCowboys.com reports. "Just the ability to have an offseason I haven't had that in a few years," Romo said in an interview with the Cowboys' flagship radio station 105.3 The Fan. "I'm really able to push it a little bit right now, which has been exciting with the legs, the upper body and some of the stuff I haven't been able to do for two, two and a half, three years."