A key member for the Dallas Cowboys, quarterback Tony Romo had surgery mere months ago to repair a broken clavicle for the third time.
But according to Sportsday, Romo needed less than the eight weeks he was expected out to recover, and instead hasn't been limited at all in offseason works, per quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson.
"He's looking good," Wilson said. "We had two practices where we've been out here on the field with the guys and he's done everything. He's throwing, he's got good velocity on all of his throws, great movement in his legs. He looks like he's re-energized because he hadn't played, you know, missed the majority of the season. So he's real energized and anxious to get going."
If Romo can finally stay healthy, this Cowboys team looking to contend in 2016-17 could be a serious Super Bowl dark horse.
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