Speaking Tuesday, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Tony Romo is ahead of schedule in rehabilitation from his back surgery.
Tony Romo (back surgery) said he's had "no setbacks of any kind."
The Cowboys have converted $12.5 million of Tony Romo's $13.5 million base salary into a signing bonus, clearing cap room in 2014.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Tony Romo was "absolutely ecstatic" over the Scott Linehan hire.
Executive Stephen Jones reiterated Tuesday that the Cowboys expect Tony Romo (back surgery) to be ready for OTAs.
Tony Romo (back surgery) is expected to be cleared for low impact work within the next 1-2 weeks.
The Cowboys are expected to restructure the contracts of both Tony Romo and Kyle Orton.
According to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, Tony Romo (back surgery) is "doing well," and expected to "do something" in the team's offseason program.
Jerry Jones said the Cowboys will not be using a "significant" draft pick on a quarterback.
Tony Romo underwent back surgery Friday morning and is officially out for the remainder of the season.
Tony Romo's back is only "slightly" improved as a result of his epidural injection.
Tony Romo (back) did not practice Wednesday.
A source tells ESPN's Ed Werder that Tony Romo got an epidural injection for his herniated disc.
Updating an earlier item, ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports Tony Romo's season-ending back injury is a herniated disc, and that he requires surgery.