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March 17, 2009

Cowboys offseason workouts

It's almost time for the Tony Romo-Roy Williams chemistry building to begin. This will be the top offseason storyline through the OTAs and minicamp. Can these two find a connection they weren't ever close to getting once Williams joined the team?

The Cowboys offseason program begins March 30 and word is Williams has been putting in plenty of workout time at Valley Ranch since the season ended. One of the biggest questions with Williams has always been his drive, but apparently he is showing plenty this offseason.

Here's the offseason schedule....

Offseason program -- March 30

Teaching sessions -- April 7

Dallas Day (for local draft prospects) -- April 13

Rookie minicamp -- May 1-3

OTAs -- May 19-21; 26-28; June 2-4; June 8-10

Minicamp -- June 16-18

- Rick Herrin

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Hi I hope no one was seriously hurt in saturday' valley ranch collaps of the roof. Ok now to my main point I think the new quarterback #7 will do good maybe he can show Romo a few things this guy looks and sounds like he maybe the next (once before La Jessica Romo) I hope he will shine as a cowboys quartbk.....

The connection will take time. They both have their reputations on the line so it would behoove them to get it together.

It can and will be done!

Go Boy's!

as long as jerry Jones is in charge of this circus, Dallas isn't winning anything

the proof in the pudding will be in february 2010 in miami, when jerry is hoisting the lombardi trophy for winning super bowl 44, until then don't hold your breath.

You need to keep up there Mr. Reporter person.

Romo and Williams have been working out together with Strength and conditioning coach and throwing/catching since the beginning of March (and since TOs release) as verified by the DC on site reporters.

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