Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo may or may not participate in the Hall of Fame Game, and if he does, it doesn’t sound like he’ll participate all that much.
Romo has been a full participant throughout training camp thus far--this after he underwent surgery to remove a cyst on his back earlier this offseason, a procedure that kept him out of organized team activities and mini-camp--but head coach Jason Garrett’s hesitance to confirm Romo’s availability in the game doesn’t seem motivated by health concerns.
“We really haven’t had any (formal) discussions about our playing rotation in that first game,’’ Garrett said, per the Dallas Morning News. “We’ll have those discussions next week.
“It is a bonus next week. I don’t anticipate our starting players playing that much.”
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