Quarterback Tony Romo #9 of the Dallas Cowboys during training camp at the Alamodome on August 6, 2009 in San Antonio, Texas.
Not much is known about the Dallas Cowboys’ player-organized practice sessions that begun earlier this month at an undisclosed location around the Metroplex under the leadership of, among others, starting quarterback Tony Romo. But according to Romo’s count, the attendance has been encouraging.
"We had 45 guys there last week," Romo said, per the Dallas Morning News. "It's been great to see it continue to progress."
Romo isn’t alone in providing veteran leadership through the lockout. Others, including tight end Jason Witten, and linebackers DeMarcus Ware, Bradie James and Keith Brooking have stepped up to help organize and run the sessions, the goal of which, obviously, is limiting the effects of the lockout.
"We said in the beginning, when we did this, that we wanted to get an edge in the offseason," Witten said. "It's an opportunity for us, as leaders, to take our team to another level. ...
"We go in and go work, and we get better."
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