Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has the ability to be the best player at the position whenever he is healthy, but he certainly wasn’t that during the 2015 season. He has come back strong and ready for the 2016 season, but it looks like he might be dealing with some nagging injuries.
Jon Machota of The Dallas News reported that Cowboys quarterback coach Wade Wilson said Romo has been dealing with some stiffness in his back. He seems to be recovering well, but he may have to deal with this through the preseason.
Cowboys QB coach Wade Wilson said Tony Romo has been experiencing some back stiffness pic.twitter.com/fGnyTF002t
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) August 2, 2016
The Cowboys struggled mightily in the 11 games that Tony Romo was sidelined with shoulder and back injuries. When he was on the field, the team recorded three of their four wins, so I am sure they hope he is healthy going into the 2016 season.
In his four appearances last year, Tony Romo threw for 884 yards and five touchdowns. It should be interesting to see what the Cowboys are able to do this year.
The Cowboys open the season on Sept. 11 when they host the New York Giants.