Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo won’t practice Saturday afternoon continues to be cautious returning from back surgery, coach Jason Garrett said.
The Cowboys will have their most-physical practice yet Saturday while working on goal-line drills and situational short-yardage work. The Cowboys had Friday off. Romo just watched in the Saturday morning walk-through.
Owner Jerry Jones said Romo is 100-percent. This will be the third scheduled practice Romo hasn’t been a part of out of the eight practices the team has had in Oxnard. The Cowboys have had two off days out of the 10 days they’ve been in California. All told, Romo has practiced five five of the 10 days the Cowboys have been in training camp.