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Height/Weight: 6-2/230 | Birthdate: 4/21/1980 | Birthplace: San Diego, CA, USA | Team: Dallas | College: Eastern Illinois | NFL Experience: 13 | Owned/Started%: 99/82
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09/05/2015Darren McFadden, RB DAL
Aaron Rodgers, QB GB
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Tony Romo, QB DAL
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Tony Romo, QB DAL
DeMarco Murray, RB PHI
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Cowboys' Tony Romo plans to practice Saturday

by Sean d'Oliveira |
(8/1/15) Despite dealing with an eye issue, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is expected to practice Saturday, reports the Star-Telegram. Romo was held out of Friday's practice to receive treatment for a sty in his eye.

"I don't want to get into specifics of what we did, but we don't think it's a major thing, and we do anticipate him practicing [Saturday]," coach Jason Garrett said.

Cowboys QB Tony Romo intends to practice more

by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer
(7/30/15) Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said he plans to ramp up his level of activity during training camp, planning to practice for three days in a row at times, per the Dallas Morning-News

Romo, who has battled back issues for the last several seasons, did not practice in more than consecutive days last training camp. 

"I think we'll practice more this year than we did last year, but at the same time it's not out of the realm to go two-and-one sometimes (two days on, one off) and I think the plan is we'll have some where we go three in a row," Romo said. "We'll see how it goes."

Cowboys QB Tony Romo exceeding expectations at OTAs

by Sean d'Oliveira |
(6/11/15) Cowboys quarterbacks Tony Romo has been a full participant during organized team activities, which the team was not anticipating, reports The Dallas Morning News.

"He has way exceeded expectations," Cowboys quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson said. "We really didn't anticipate him to practice three days in a row and he hasn't missed anything. He's taking the amount of reps he's supposed to take and he's throwing the ball with a lot of authority and really engaged with the guys."

Romo has undergone back surgeries during the last two years, but he said the back is no longer an issue.

"It's been good," Romo said. "I've been building the base up, continuing to get stronger each week. I've just been excited about how it has been going and the progression."

Cowboys' Tony Romo felt like Fred Flintstone with injured back

by Jason Butt |
(6/10/15) Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is thrilled to be at a stage where he feels like he has full control over his body. 

While dealing with a nerve issue in his back over the past couple of years, that wasn't the case. As Romo described during an interview on Dallas radio station KTCK-AM, via the Dallas Morning News, the nerve injury made things incredibly difficult. 

"So, what happens is you just lose strength – you’re almost like Fred Flinstone in that you’re trying to run and get the car going, but it’s really not going," Romo said. "You say go and the nerve doesn’t send the signal to tell you to go ... It’s like starting over, like when you’re a child and you just want to say go, push off, fire, and you’re legs won’t. And that just comes from working day in and day out, over and over and over again. And now, it happens a lot faster, it’s a lot longer periods of time I’m able to maintain the strength before you get fatigued, and that wasn’t the case at the start of last football season."

Early last season it seemed Romo played a bit cautious. As the season played out, he looked the part of a healed quarterback, outside of dealing with a pair of broken ribs later in the year. He finished the 2014 regular season with 3,705 yards and 34 touchdowns in 15 starts. Of course, passing numbers weren't where they normally are due to the dominant running game the Cowboys possessed. 

Romo's back will likely never be 100 percent, he said. But from where it was, progress has been made. 

"I think when you have back surgery you’ll always have something," Romo said. "It’s not like other injuries where you rehab, and then it’s, ‘Hey, that part’s stronger than it used to be.’"

Cowboys QB Tony Romo getting stronger after back surgeries

by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(6/5/15) Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo isn't a regular participant during offseason organized team activities. He's usually taking it slow because of his past history with back surgeries.

This offseason, though, Romo has been present for all practices as he says he continues to improve and get stronger, per The Dallas Morning News.

“The further I get away from the surgery the stronger I get in a lot of areas,’’ Romo said. “Now I need to continue. I’m working as hard as I can to ensure that I’m strengthening the areas that I need to be at my best and right now.

“It’s just been a good start in the offseason. I’ve been able to continue to build and grow.  I’ll give credit to the training staff and the weight room staff . We’ve had a great process of figuring out how to continue to get stronger in the offseason, which I haven’t been able to do in the last few years, and that’s been as exciting as anything just to be able to get back into building that and the football stuff is just showing that on the other end.’’

Romo passed for 3,705 yards and 34 touchdowns last season.

Game Log
9/7SFL 17-28Yes372362.22811360.83260000000
9/14@TENW 26-10Yes291965.51761093.54280000000
9/21@STLW 34-31Yes231878.321721116.8003144.716000
9/28NOW 38-17Yes292275.926230137.4176203.321011
Total  41188269.59367498.78619343.821022
10/5HOUW 20-17Yes412868.33242198.0180000000
10/12@SEAW 30-23Yes322165.625020110.21112-1-0.50010
10/19NYGW 31-21Yes231773.927931135.7212252.56000
10/27WASL 17-20Yes281760.72091095.7554111.01010
Total  41248366.9106282108.3985551.06020
11/2ARIL 17-28NoDid Not Play
11/9@JACW 31-17Yes272074.124630138.8160000000
11/23@NYGW 31-28Yes261869.227540143.4291-2-2.0-2010
11/27PHIL 10-33Yes291862.11990253.74251-1-1.0-1000
Total  3825668.372072113.97402-3-1.5-1010
12/4@CHIW 41-28Yes262180.820530138.0122-2-1.0-1000
12/14@PHIW 38-27Yes312271.026530129.13164-1-0.32010
12/21INDW 42-7Yes201890.021840151.71113289.313000
12/28@WASW 44-17Yes342264.729921100.0001000011
Yearly TotalPassingRushingFumbles
2003Dallas Cowboys0000---0---0000/000---
2004Dallas Cowboys6000---0---0000/000---
2005Dallas Cowboys16000---0---0000/000---
2006Dallas Cowboys161033722065.329038.6156191321/12442995.1
2007Dallas Cowboys161652033564.442118.1059361924/176551197.4
2008Dallas Cowboys131345027661.334487.6675261420/123481191.4
2009Dallas Cowboys161655034763.144838.158026934/196611797.6
2010Dallas Cowboys6621314869.516057.54691177/4121294.9
2011Dallas Cowboys161652234666.341848.0277311036/2275611102.5
2012Dallas Cowboys161664842565.649037.5785281936/26354990.5
2013Dallas Cowboys151553534263.938287.1682311035/27244796.7
2014Dallas Cowboys151543530469.937058.526834929/2154910113.2
2003Dallas Cowboys0000---0000
2004Dallas Cowboys6000---0000
2005Dallas Cowboys1602-2-1.0-1000
2006Dallas Cowboys1610341023.016009
2007Dallas Cowboys1616311294.217208
2008Dallas Cowboys131328411.515004
2009Dallas Cowboys1616351053.017105
2010Dallas Cowboys666386.314002
2011Dallas Cowboys161622462.117104
2012Dallas Cowboys161630491.615105
2013Dallas Cowboys151520381.915003
2014Dallas Cowboys151526612.321014
2003Dallas Cowboys0000---00000
2004Dallas Cowboys6000---00000
2005Dallas Cowboys16000---00000
2006Dallas Cowboys161000---00000
2007Dallas Cowboys161600---00000
2008Dallas Cowboys131300---00000
2009Dallas Cowboys161600---00000
2010Dallas Cowboys66011---110000
2011Dallas Cowboys161600---00000
2012Dallas Cowboys16161-1-1.0-10000
2013Dallas Cowboys151500---00000
2014Dallas Cowboys151500---00000
Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2003Dallas Cowboys000.000000.0000
2004Dallas Cowboys600.000000.0000
2005Dallas Cowboys1600.000000.0000
2006Dallas Cowboys1611.000000.0000
2007Dallas Cowboys1600.000000.0000
2008Dallas Cowboys1322.000000.0000
2009Dallas Cowboys1622.000000.0000
2010Dallas Cowboys600.000000.0000
2011Dallas Cowboys1600.000000.0000
2012Dallas Cowboys1600.000000.0000
2013Dallas Cowboys1500.000000.0000
2014Dallas Cowboys1511.000000.0000
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2003Dallas Cowboys000000000
2004Dallas Cowboys600000000
2005Dallas Cowboys1600000000
2006Dallas Cowboys1693030030
2007Dallas Cowboys16102050050
2008Dallas Cowboys13137030030
2009Dallas Cowboys1664020020
2010Dallas Cowboys600000000
2011Dallas Cowboys1663060060
2012Dallas Cowboys1663020020
2013Dallas Cowboys1541040040
2014Dallas Cowboys1573030030
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