Tony Romo (collarbone) hasn’t had any limitations at voluntary workouts.
Tony Romo (collarbone) is expected to be a full participant in OTAs.
Jerry Jones said drafting Tony Romo's successor is not a priority this year.
Tony Romo said he is already "throwing fully" following March surgery on his left collarbone.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said drafting a quarterback with the fourth overall pick could be "problematic."
The Cowboys are hosting the Redskins for their annual Thanksgiving game.
Tony Romo (collarbone) tweeted he is "looking forward to OTAs and a full offseason."
Tony Romo is undergoing surgery on his left collarbone Tuesday.
The Dallas Morning News reports Tony Romo plans to undergo a Mumford procedure on his left collarbone next week.
According to ESPN's Ed Werder, Tony Romo is likely to have a plate surgically implanted in his left collarbone.
Owner Jerry Jones expects Tony Romo to remain the starter for the next 4-5 years.
Tony Romo said he is leaning towards having surgery to insert a plate over his left collarbone.
The Dallas Morning News reports Tony Romo is "leaning" toward undergoing surgery on his left collarbone.
Tony Romo (broken collarbone) will not have surgery for at least a month.