Tony Romo is not attending practice or meetings, instead concentrating on trying to rehab his injured back. Romo has a herniated disc that likely will keep him out of Sunday's win-or-go-home game against the Eagles.
"We're just continuing to go through the process with Tony and just see how he feels every day waking up and evaluate him, treat him and see how he responds to it as much as anything else and continue to evaluate him a lot of different ways, but more than anything else, just treat him and see how he feels," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said before practice.
Though it is unlikely Romo plays, the Cowboys would start him if he was cleared by doctors despite missing practice all week.
"Certainly you want your quarterback to practice during the week," Garrett said. "Tony's played a lot of football for us, so you would give him more leeway than most. More than anything, it's a health issue, and we'll just see how he's feeling."
-- Charean Williams