Romo Practices on Limited Basis; Says He Wants to Play Sunday

Tony Romo participated in practice on a limited basis both yesterday and today prompting owner and GM Jerry Jones to tell the media that it isn’t out of the realm of possiblity for Romo to play as early as this Sunday against the Rams.  Romo did practice this afternoon during the media portion of the workout but Brad Johnson took most of the reps with the first team offense. 

In Coach Phillips’ press conference earlier, he stated that it would be a “gametime” decision and they would have to evaluate all of the factors such as ball-control, hand-offs, and further aggravating the injury.  So although not likely, it remains possible that Romo could be at the very least available to play this Sunday in St. Louis.

In other new, suspended CB Adam Jones has entered an undisclosed alcohol-treatment facility in the Dallas area to help in his quest to satisfy Roger Goodell and Jerry Jones and possibly salvage his NFL career again.

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One Response to “Romo Practices on Limited Basis; Says He Wants to Play Sunday”

  1. Jeremy Fuchs says:

    What’s the deal with Farve calling Romo? Couldn’t that be considered tampering?