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June 10, 2014

Cowboys aren't going to let Romo do much more next week in minicamp, Garrett says

The Cowboys aren’t going to ramp up Tony Romo’s activity very much next week in the mandatory minicamp.

“We’ll take him day by day like we do with all the other guys. But I wouldn’t see it changing it dramatically,” coach Jason Garrett said Tuesday as the final week of OTAs started.

The Cowboys have a three-day mandatory minicamp starting next Tuesday. Garrett also said the format of the practices would not change much.

Romo has been throwing during the individual drills, but he and the rehabbing players have been held out of the team drills.

-- Carlos Mendez

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