Tony Romo can have close to full camp

In the spring, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said his twice surgically-repaired back felt as strong as it has in years, and nothing has altered that stance as training camp begins.

“We’re optimistic about him being able to have close to a full training camp,” said head coach Jason Garrett.

In the spring, Romo went through a full offseason program without missing a practice after undergoing left collarbone surgery in March.

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Of course, the nature of training camp practices is different from organized team activities and minicamps. Players are in pads, which adds to the intensity, and the sessions are longer. The story added Romo and the training staff will likely come up with a schedule similar to the last two years which included rest days.

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