The Dallas Cowboys could really use Tony Romo back if they want to avoid losing to the Jaguars in London.
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The Dallas Cowboys are hopeful that injured QB Tony Romo will be back for Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars after he passed the first obstacle in his return to the field.
Romo said Tuesday, via Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, that his back was “feeling fine” after the long flight to London and he took some snaps at a Tuesday morning walkthrough before the team took part in an NFL promotional event.
A walkthrough isn’t the same as a regular practice and the Cowboys won’t have one of those until Wednesday. Romo said he wasn’t sure at this point whether or not he’d be able to take part in that session.
Romo injured his back against Washington and suffered two small fractures which prevented him from playing against the Arizona Cardinals. The team lost that game and lost the lead in the NFC East division race.