Tony Romo likely to play Sunday
Barring an unforeseen setback, the Cowboys will have their quarterback on the field in London this Sunday.
Tony Romo has been given the probable designation for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, meaning there's a 75 percent chance he plays. Essentially, he's playing.
Romo suffered a back contusion and two minor fractures two weeks ago in a game against Washington. He was unable to play a week ago in a loss to the Cardinals due to the injury. In his place, Brandon Weeden stepped in and reminded everyone why the Browns were foolish for taking him in the first round of the 2012 draft.
With Romo back, the Cowboys should be able to pose more of a balanced attack against Jacksonville.
Follow me on Twitter: @JasonHButt