Tony Romo took part in Monday’s brief walk-through practice and had no issues with his back or healing left collarbone after playing Sunday for the first time in two months, according to Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett.
Officially Romo was listed as did not participate but that was based on what would have happened in a normal practice.
“It seemed like he handled the game really well,” Garrett said. “I don’t see any issues after the game. I don’t see any issues today."
The quick turnaround to Thursday’s game against the Carolina Panthers could be an issue. Romo missed two months healing and will be asked to play two games in five days. Romo did not play well on a quick turnaround in last year’s loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. He completed 18 of 29 passes for 199 yards and was held without a touchdown pass while being intercepted twice. He was also sacked four times. After that game, Romo said he did not take a pain-killing injection, the story said.