Quarterback Tony Romo threw at practice with his teammates for the first time since suffering a fractured clavicle against the Giants Oct. 25. Romo just had shorts and a t-shirt on. He was not dressed for a full work out. But the fact that he was out there throwing is a positive sign. Romo is still not expected to be ready for at least another two or three games. But his presence and his attitude give credence to the notion that Romo will try to get back on the field this season.
Clarence E. Hill Jr.