Romo to practice more this week

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is expected to do more in practice this week. He was limited in action last week.

The Cowboys are 7-1 under rookie signal-caller Dak Prescott. He took over the job after Romo was injured in the preseason.

Tony Romo (Getty Images)

Tony Romo (Getty Images)

While he’s going to do more, head coach Jason Garrett may not clear him to return this week. It was originally thought, depending on Prescott’s play, that Romo would return against the Cleveland Browns.

Prescott was the quarterback, who led Dallas to a win on Sunday.

With Romo practicing, the Cowboys are getting closer to make a decision on who will lead their team into the future. It’s going to be difficult for the team to take the reigns from Prescott.

He could be healthy enough to be activated for Week 10 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

“Unlike last week, I wouldn’t speculate,” owner Jerry Jones said to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram on Sunday. “I don’t know. But he will do more. And he’s really doing things that are strong relative to last year’s strength. He’s ahead of last year.”

Romo suffered a broken bone in his back in the third preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. He also suffered two broken clavicle injuries last season.

The Cowboys are tied with the best record in the National Football League at 7-1. The New England Patriots also have the same record.

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