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Romo returned to practice Wednesday, declared once again that he was 100 percent recovered from offseason back surgery and said he would see action in preseason games, but stopped short of confirming that he would play in the Cowboys' preseason opener next Thursday, the Dallas Morning News reports.
In his first practice on Saturday since back surgery, Romo seemed sharp in both team drills and working against the secondary, the Dallas Morning News reports. "I thought he looked good," quarterback coach Wade Wilson said. "He looked fresh. [His back] wasn't bothering him at all. He had good velocity on his throws and good accuracy on his throws."
Romo (back) will participate in his first contact practice of training camp Saturday, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Romo (back) is expected to be a full participant when the Cowboys' training camp begins on Thursday, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Romo (back) attempted to take part in team drills during Tuesday's minicamp by wearing Caleb Hanie's jersey, the Dallas Morning News reports. "I almost snuck in," Romo said with a smile. "I feel pretty good. I could go. I was going to take some seven-on-seven reps but I don't know how much that really helps, just to get those three or four reps today."
Romo (back) likely won't see his activity level increase much during next week's minicamp, the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram reports. "We'll take him day by day like we do with all the other guys. But I wouldn't see it changing it dramatically," coach Jason Garrett
Romo (back) participated in Tuesday's OTAs, but as expected, was held out of team drills, NFL.com reports.
Romo (back) plans to take part in next week OTAs, but will be held to a "pitch count", ESPN Dallas reports.
Romo (back) was a full participant in Tuesday's team workout, David Helman of DallasCowboys.com reports.
Jason Witten says that despite his back surgery, Romo's passes have had the same 'zip' this offseason as always, the Dallas Morning News reports.
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.