Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has said he is already “throwing fully” after undergoing March surgery on his thrice-broken collarbone. The update on Romo’s progress was reported on Twitter by David Moore of The Dallas Morning News.
Cowboys fans can thus breathe a sigh of relief, as Romo was limited to just four games in 2015 after twice breaking his collarbone. Dallas went 4-12 as a result and now owns the No. 4 pick in the NFL Draft later this month.
Hopefully, Romo’s collarbone stays healed this time. He isn’t getting any younger at age 35, but is still one of the most reliable quarterbacks in the league and has two top targets in star receiver Dez Bryant and veteran tight end Jason Witten to help him stretch the offense.
And if Dallas can take back the NFC East thanks to a healthy Romo, perhaps fans can look forward to that long-eluded Super Bowl championship.
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