Since Tony Romo has agreed to play in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am next month, it should be safe to assume that he is close to if not fully recovered from the broken collar bone that sidelined him in October.
“He is on schedule,” Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said of his starting quarterback. “He is there. . . . He is certainly going to be capable to do anything and everything he can in the offseason and is planning to.”
Romo was injured on Oct. 25 in a game against the New York Giants. He had hoped to return in late December, but he missed the final 10 games of the season.
-- Jan Hubbard