Tony Romo

Tony Romo

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NFL.com | Apr 17th
Troy Aikman's Hall of Fame career ended in part because of back issues. The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback still has concerns about Tony Romo's recovery from his second back surgery.
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ProFootballTalk | Apr 17th
When Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo suffered a back injury at the end of the 2013 season, former Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman said Romo’s bad back should concern the Cowboys. From all indications, Romo has made good progress in recovery. But Aikman remains concerned anyway. Aikman told the Cowboys’ website that he doesn’t think a quarterback…
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Fantasy Football Maniax | Apr 16th
Romo is a slam-dunk to finish in the Top 10 among fantasy quarterbacks when he is healthy and I see no reason why he cannot do that in 2014. Most of the key losses for the Cowboys have been on defense, so there will be a ton of pressure for the Cowboys offense to score points this year.
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FFLockerRoom | Apr 15th
33-year-old Tony Romo of the Dallas Cowboys went through a herniated disk procedure in December and is said to be rehabbing not only well, but that he believes that he is actually ahead in a lot of ways. His long-time teammate, tight end Jason Witten agrees and believes that he could be better than he has ever been."Most importantly, heís working his tail off to give us the best chance to do that. Thatís all we can ask at this point, get healthy and come back stronger, so we have a better football team." Romo has missed only one game total the past three seasons and has averaged well over 4,000 passing yards per season in that span. Chiming in with roughly 30 touchdowns a season, Romo while not flashy, usually does enough to carry a fantasy football team a few weeks throughout the year and is a capable QB1 in deeper, 12-team leagues.