Well since having back surgery on December 27th, reports say Cowboys quarterback Tony Tomo is making good, make that excellent, progress.The 33-year-old gun slinger will be cleared to do low impact work within next one or two weeks. If you remember in week 16, Romo suffered from a herniated disc against the Washington Redskins while trying to elude pressure from defenders. Before the season started, Romo was rewarded a huge contract from the Cowboys, so they hope the progression of the injury heals fast as well.According to the report, Romo will be expected to be throwing at some point during the offseason program. His training camp status is in no doubt. Good news for the quarterback and good news for the franchise that gave him serious cash in the first three seasons of his...

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