But coach Jason Garrett can easily think of the future, because he thinks Romo will be back, and better than ever.
“We think Tony has a lot of football left in him,” Garrett said, via Todd Archer of ESPN.com.
There's no doubt Romo can produce fantasy numbers in this offense. But, the list of recent surgeries for Romo is long, including the two on his back in 2013. And though this is his third time breaking his left collarbone since 2010, this one won’t require another surgery, and they expect him to be fully healed by camp next season. But Garrett said the mental hurdle will be as hard to clear as the physical one.