Tony Romo's mechanics back to normal
If a lockout comes in less than two weeks for the NFL, Tony Romo won’t be allowed to come around Valley Ranch until the labor issue is solved.
But the Dallas Cowboys quarterback has visited the team’s facility four or five times since the end of the season, according to the team’s quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson.
Wilson tells David Moore of the Dallas Morning News that Romo is throwing the ball well, good news after he missed the final 10 games of the season with a broken left collarbone. If you recall, the idea was that Romo would return in mid-December in time to play in the final two or three games. He didn’t heal quickly enough. Things look good now.
“He's throwing great,'' Wilson told Moore. "His delivery and velocity and revolutions and all that stuff is really, really good. As far as his throwing motion, it's back to normal.'
"He's not having any concerns with that at all,'' Wilson said. "And he's back to playing golf and basketball. All of that is good for him.''
Now, if the Cowboys can just figure out what they’re going to do with Roy Williams.
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