The Cowboys' continue to get excellent news regarding their most important player.
The Dallas Cowboys' quarterback Tony Romo underwent surgery to repair a twice-broken clavicle earlier this offseason, after which the team said he would need six to eight weeks of recovery time.
Less than two months later, Romo has returned to full football activities and is expected to fully participate at OTAs later this month, according to Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News.
"He's looking good," Cowboys quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson said of Romo's involvement in workouts. "We had two practices where we've been out here on the field with the guys and he's done everything. He's throwing, he's got good velocity on all of his throws, great movement in his legs. He looks like he's re-energized because he hadn't played, you know, missed the majority of the season. So he's real energized and anxious to get going."
For now, the Cowboys plan to let Romo dictate the pace of his recovery.
"If he ever gets soreness or anything like that, he's going to be in charge of his own program," Wilson said. "If he feels soreness or needs to take a day off because of his back or whatever, he's monitoring that."
Hopefully this healing pace continues and Romo will be ready to put up big numbers during the 2016 season.