The Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback controversy is one step closer to a potential conclusion — but that resolution won’t come in Week 10.
Tony Romo is back as a full participant in practice, looking healthy and ready to step back on the football field. But according to a report from ESPN, he’s not expected to be available against the Pittsburgh Steelers even as a potential backup.
According to ESPN, Tony Romo is healthy enough to play, but the Dallas Cowboys quarterback is not expected to be active Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Adam Caplan.
Romo went through his second straight full practice Thursday, working with the scout team. He returned to practice last week on a limited basis as he comes back from a compression fracture in his back suffered during a preseason game Aug. 25.