It's been a little more than six weeks since Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo suffered a broken left collarbone in a loss to the New York Giants on Oct. 25.
The injury was supposed to keep Romo out from six to eight weeks, and a second X-ray on Nov. 22 showed the bone was still healing.
Romo is throwing but said following the Cowboys 38-35 overtime victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday that he's still feeling discomfort. He has trouble laying on his left shoulder and can't really drive the ball when he throws it in practice.
He's not sure when he'll return to the Cowboys, who are 3-3 without him in 2010.
"That's not up to me, that's up to other people," Romo said. "The debate is for me to get healthy and play football, that's what I do. At the end of the day, a couple of things in life you try and do and one of them for me is obviously playing football, If I could play football. You're always wanting to come back."