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#Cowboys QB Tony Romo is already throwing a month after surgery

Tony Romo will have a plate inserted into his body to help protect him from another collarbone injury
Tony Romo is throwing a football fully just one month after having surgery

Tony Romo may be 36 years old, but he is still young at heart. According to the Dallas Cowboys website, Romo is already throwing the ball fully. He says he has been throwing the ball for a week and a half to two weeks.

“I can throw fully,” he said, via the team’s official website. “I’ve been throwing fully here for a good week and a half, two weeks. It’s been good.”

Romo underwent “Mumford” surgery on March 8 to shave down the clavicle and help alleviate stress, thereby, hopefully, avoiding further breaks.

The Cowboys will likely limit him during the offseason program, but Romo will be fully healthy well before training camp.


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