The collarbone has been one of Tony Romo’s main issues for the last few years- he has broken it three times since 2010. Even with that, he is excited about the future. The Dallas Morning News with more:
“It’s as strong as it’s been in three or four years,” Romo said. “That’s exciting because you don’t know that when you first go through some of the back troubles early on and have surgery, you don’t know how it’s going to come out, but I’m seeing a very strong side to it now where I’m able to do things that I wasn’t able to do even last year. That’s exciting to me.”
Romo will be having a CT Scan soon to determine if surgery is necessary to strengthen what seems to be a weak point- which would mean inserting a metal plate. With all of that, Romo said he feels like he will be ready for OTA’s. More from Romo:
“We’ve had exhaustive discussions about it. But it’s going to be good. Really, it’s just about being there for your teammates and making sure — if I play, I know what I mean to our team. I just need to do everything in my power to ensure that I’m on that football field.”
When he is healthy, he is a game changer and a top 5 NFL QB.