Dallas Cowboys fans (like myself) are anxiously awaiting the 2016 NFL season to see how Tony Romo can bounce back after his injury-plagued 2015 campaign. After choosing to have surgery on his injured collarbone this offseason, the hope is that he’ll come back much stronger than he was before his two injuries last season.
Fortunately, there’s already some good news coming out, as Mike Fisher of CowboysHQ.com is reporting that Romo is not only feeling good after the surgery, but has begun throwing as well.
— mike fisher ✭ (@fishsports) April 8, 2016
This news has to make Cowboys fans feel at least a little bit better after such a brutal 2015 season. Pair this with the fact that Dallas should get an instant-impact player with the No. 4 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, and there’s plenty of reasons to be excited about next season.