Romo Taking Snaps and Throwing Passes

Cowboys QB still wearing small splint

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was back on the field Wednesday, taking snaps and throwing passes with a small splint on his throwing hand.

He's missed the last three games with a broken pinkie.

Romo says his finger is still not all the way healed -- "but it's getting there" -- and he can grip the ball much better.

He was headed to a full-scale practice later in the afternoon and remains optimistic about returning for Dallas' next game, a week from Sunday at Washington.

Romo was hurt October 12th in an overtime loss at Arizona.

Dallas went 1-2 without Romo, scoring no more than 14 points with Brad Johnson and Brooks Bollinger running the offense.

Dallas has a bye this week.

The next game for the Cowboys is Nov. 16 at Washington.


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