Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has healed from his back injury and is probable to play on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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Romo had sat out with a back injury, but he has practiced fully on Friday. Head coach Jason Garrett had continually expressed his optimism on Romo being able to play Sunday, and it is looking likely Romo will see the field again.
The Cowboys quarterback has been officially listed as probable, and the Cowboys should be able to improve to 7-3 against a weak Jacksonville Jaguars team.
Here is a tweet from Pro Football Talk updating on Romo’s injury status.
Tony Romo puts in full practice, probable for Sunday’s game vs. Jaguars http://t.co/adFzEgWZHj
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 7, 2014