Cowboys COO Stephen Jones "can’t imagine a scenario" where Tony Romo (back) is not the starting quarterback when healthy.
Updating previous items, the Dallas Morning News says Tony Romo's (back) "best case" return would be after the Cowboys' Week 7 bye.
ESPN Dallas reports Tony Romo's specific injury is a "compression fracture of his L1 vertebrae."
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport's "understanding" is that Tony Romo (back) would return "by midseason" in a "best-case scenario."
Profootballtalk.com reports the Cowboys anticipate Tony Romo (back) missing 6-10 weeks.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett revealed Saturday that Tony Romo has a broken bone in his back.
Tony Romo (back) says he feels "stronger than ever."
Appearing on the Cowboys' telecast during Thursday night's preseason game, Cowboys owner/GM Jerry Jones insisted Tony Romo is "not injured."
Tony Romo exited the Cowboys' third preseason game after just three snaps due to a back injury.
Tony Romo left the Cowboys' third preseason game with a back injury.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Tony Romo is "moving around well" in camp.
Cowboys QB coach Wade Wilson said Tony Romo is dealing with some "stiffness" in his back.
The Dallas Morning News' Jon Machota called a picture that surfaced of Tony Romo seemingly depicting Romo overweight "bad camera work."
Tony Romo believes he could play another five seasons.