The DMN reports that Tony Romo took part in a full practice Thursday, a day after being limited in practice because of a bruised back.”If it continues to progress the way it is, then hopefully it won’t feel too bad Saturday night,” Romo said.
Romo was kneed in the back on a first-half sack against the New York Giants on Sunday but continued to play. He was noticeably sore in Wednesday’s practice and took off the final few plays.
Hopefully, Romo will be behind center in what’s shaping up to be another huge must-win game for the Cowboys.
The injuries are really starting to pile up again…
RB Marion Barber (toe), Keith Davis (knee, shoulder), S Ken Hamlin (ankle), LB Bobby Carpenter (knee), CB Alan Ball (ankle) and G Montrae Holland (ankle) did not practice on Thursday.
Keith Davis and Ken Hamlin will definitely play on Saturday, but everyone else are questionable for now. Marion Barber will once again be a game-time decision.
By the way, here is an update on rookie running back Felix Jones from Rotoworld.
Felix Jones has started rehab in his recovery from turf toe surgery, according to the Dallas Morning News. Jones said, “I’ve got a long time before I get back on the field next year. Every day is a blessing and a healing day for me.”
Jones is out for the season of course, but I believe he will be a huge part of our team next season, and his situation bears watching.