Tony Romo appears to be way ahead of schedule after his collarbone surgery.
The Dallas Cowboys' quarterback underwent the Mumford procedure in March to repair his fragile clavicle, which he broke twice during the 2015 NFL season.
Romo gave fans a very positive update on Friday, as it appears he has resumed throwing exercises only a month after going under the knife.
His original timeline was set at around 6-8 weeks without football activities. However, if this update is any indication, Romo should be more than ready for the start of OTAs on May 24.
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