Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett told reporters Wednesday that Tony Romo is “making progress” in his rehab from a fractured left clavicle, but it’s obviously still a little soon to discuss his return in any concrete terms.
Romo has been doing conditioning work to stay in shape while the clavicle heals, but has yet to begin throwing again.
"Obviously he can't do anything on the practice field, he's four games away from doing it," Garrett said, per the Dallas Morning News. "But I think he's made progress, he's moving around better. I think there is some things that are uncomfortable for him, but I think as you look at how he's healed, everything has been positive up to this point."
Romo suffered the injury a month ago, in a Week 2 victory over the Eagles. He was placed on injured reserve after that, and won’t be eligible to come off the list until after the team’s November 15 matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. If he returns the week after, he’ll do so against the Dolphins in Miami.