Injured Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is progressing after having an MRI on his injured back earlier this week.
Romo is at least two weeks from playing, but word out of Cowboys camp is that he’s improving.
“I know he’s amping up the throwing,” Cowboys offensive coordinator Scott Linehan told the Dallas Morning News, “throwing more, putting more emphasis on using the whole body to throw and making progress that way.
“You’d have to ask him exactly how he feels and all that, but it looks like he feels a lot better each day.”
Linehan added that Romo has been like another coach on the sidelines during his injury.
“The game day presence has been great,” Linehan said. “Tony’s been outstanding. He knows you can’t go down too big of an adjustment road during the game, so he’s really great about that. But he talks to (Dak Prescott) about the situations and he pulls him aside and gives him some really good input that way, and that’s what great leaders and veterans do.
“The way he can help while he’s rehabbing is he can give advice to the young guy, and I think he does a great job of that.”