By Bobby Bunch, Cowboys Correspondent, Wed, Jul 23rd 3:25pm EDT
ESPN Cowboys reporter Todd Archer claims Tony Romo will be a full go at the start of training camp and will participate in all team activities. (Source: ESPN Dallas
Fantasy Impact: This is great news for Romo's fantasy potential as it shows that last season's back surgery is currently not an issue. With new pass happy OC Scott Linehan in town and a presumably healthy back, Romo is poised for big numbers this year. Stud WR Dez Bryant, 2nd year breakout candidate Terrance Williams, TE Jason Whitten, and versatile RB Demarco Murray provide a much more all-around potent attack than what Linehan ever had to work with in Detroit. Romo is a steal at his current ADP (88 according to FantasyPros), and means redraft participants can load up at other positions while waiting for a potential top 5 QB in the later rounds.
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For most fantasy owners, securing a stud fantasy quarterback is relatively low on the list of priorities on draft day given the considerable depth at the position. Unless you're in a deep(er) or two-quarterback league, several viable options will be available later in the draft.
One of those likely options will be Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.
Based on current ...
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