The Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is expected to play in Sunday’s regular season finale against the New York Giants. Romo has suffered the injury during last Saturday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles, when he banged his throwing hand against the helmet of a defender, and was limited in team practice on Wednesday.
Tony Romo said that it is continuing to improve a little day by day and today was good and he was able to do some things with the ball that they weren’t sure about. He added that it was a good start to the week and they will continue working on it and getting treatment on it and will be good to go this weekend. He said that he expect to play.
However, Romo has arrived at team practice on Wednesday with a black receiver’s glove on his right throwing hand but he removed it after making a few soft tosses. Romo said that they are working on the compression of the hand and trying to get the swelling to go down. He added that hopefully it will continue to get better and better and as of now, he is not anticipating playing with the glove.
In addition to this, Romo told that when he plays QB in the National Football League, he understands that he is going to have bumps and bruises along the way and every week is important and he has to go out and play.