Now that it's been four years since the last offseason together for the Dallas quarterback and his top receiver, logic says they're trying to make up for lost time after a lost season marked by major injuries to both.
Romo says otherwise.
"Timing and everything is going to be fine," Romo said on the final day of minicamp in mid-June. "It's just a matter of him feeling comfortable with the nuances of the game that really separate someone like Dez from others."
Romo just enjoyed his first full offseason since 2012, and another year removed from a series of back issues — despite missing 12 games last year with a twice-broken left collarbone. But Bryant missed all the significant offseason work for the second straight year since his 2014 All-Pro season.