The Dallas Cowboys have underachieved for a while and this coming season may be more of the same. They always seem to be an unknown bunch but are a must-see TV for some reason.
As if they can afford this, QB Tony Romo underwent back surgery to remove a cyst, according to USA Today. While this is deemed as a minor surgery, Romo will miss OTAs and will not be able to participate in any football related activities until training camp.
However, he did tell The Dallas Morning News, “If this was the regular season and I had to play next week, I could.”
All told, he may only miss about a month.