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Romo and the Cowboys are anxious for training camp

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IRVING, Texas - The Dallas Cowboys hold their first full practice in Oxnard, California in three weeks where all eyes will once again be on quarterback Tony Romo. Romo has almost fully recovered from the back surgery that ended his season one game too early.   At mini camp, Romo was looking good and held back from doing as much as he wanted to try.  Romo has been throwing, but was held out of all competitive drills.  If Romo has his way that will change when he gets to Oxnard.  “I think the plan going in will be maybe we'll target the number of throws or reps, something like that, just to be smart early on and then go from there, but I think my plan is to just come in and go full-go unless something changes."

Head coach Jason Garrett likes what he has seen in the off-season.  "I think he's made progress during the course of the off-season.  I think he's working very hard to get his body in shape, to get his back right and certainly his throwing arm in shape as well and he looks good."

The Cowboys need Romo to stay good the entire season.
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