Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo isn't worried about the back injury that ended his 2013 season prematurely.
Forced to have surgery, Romo was unable to play in the season-finale as the Cowboys failed to get into the playoffs. In an interview with radio station KRLD 105.3 The Fan, Romo said not to worry about his ailments.
“There’s no question in my mind, not only am I going to be able to make it through 16 games, I’ll make it through another five years,” Romo said, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Romo added that he believes he'll be full-go within the next month.
"Within the next month, there’s no question we’ll be 100 percent," he said. "Hopefully it’s in the next week or two, which is a viable and serious time that it could happen in."
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