It looks like Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is feeling a little bit better.
After throwing by himself on and working on the side on Wednesday, Romo took the field at the Cowboys practice facility in a helmet and wearing a practice uniform for the first time since he suffered a back injury in preseason.
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Romo isn’t going to play this week against the Philadelphia Eagles. But it does add more fuel to the fire as the Cowboys may have to make a decision between Romo and Dak Prescott the following week against the Cleveland Browns.
Before the practice got underway Thursday, coach Jason Garrett said Romo looked good on Wednesday and deemed his status as “day-to-day” in terms of when he might be able to move to a larger workload.