Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was feeling good on Wednesday after being held out of the team’s practice session. Romo participated in a walkthrough on Wednesday but spent the team session in the weight room, working on core strength, as he has for the past two weeks.
“It's a full day for him,” said head coach Jason Garrett, per ESPN Dallas. “There's no question about that.”
The Cowboys’ approach with Romo certainly seems to be working. In the past two weeks, he’s thrown for 479 yards, five touchdowns and just one interception.
"You want to feel healthy," Romo said. "You want to feel good. You want to feel like you're maximizing your opportunities to be at your best within each day and obviously within each week and start over and do it again. I don't think about it anymore than that."
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