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Head coach Jason Garrett relayed Thursday that Romo (back) is progressing in his rehab effort, which includes improved mobility, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Romo had X-rays to check the progress of his L1 vertebrae fracture last week, The Dallas Morning News reports.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones strongly suggested that Romo will be kept on the 53-man roster to start the season, David Helman of Dallas Cowboys.com reports.
Romo (back) will undergo testing over the next few days as the Cowboys try to determine whether he'll start the season on injured reserve, ESPN's Todd Archer reports.
Romo (back) will stay on the active roster to start the season, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Romo (back) is expected to take 8-to-10 weeks as opposed to the originally projected 6-to-10 weeks, Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Star-Telegram reports.
The Cowboys haven't yet decided whether Romo (back) will begin the season on the IR/Designated To Return list, David Helman of DallasCowboys.com reports.
Romo -- who suffered a compression fracture of his L1 vertebra Thursday, is slated to wear a back brace for support over the next few weeks, the Cowboys' official site reports.
The back issue that forced Romo out of Thursday's preseason game against the Seahawks is not viewed as anything serious, ESPN.com reports.
Romo (collarbone) made a successful return to game action in Friday's 41-14 preseason victory over the Dolphins, going 4-for-5 for 49 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions.
Romo (collarbone) is expected to play in Dallas' second preseason game versus Miami on Friday, DallasNews.com reports.
Romo (collarbone) won't take the field for Saturday's preseason game at Los Angeles, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
Romo (collarbone) will likely sit out Saturday's preseason opener against the Rams in Los Angeles, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Romo (collarbone) missed Sunday's walkthrough and will sit out the subsequent practice, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said Friday that the team is confident Romo (collarbone) won't be limited in camp, Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas reports. "We're optimistic about him being able to have close to a full training camp," Garrett said.
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."