The Dallas Cowboys have officially listed veteran quarterback Tony Romo as questionable for Sunday's game at Pittsburgh.
Romo was a full participant in practice all week, the first time he's done that since sustaining a compression fracture in his lower back in August.
Coach Jason Garrett said the Cowboys will decide before the game whether Romo would be active or not.
Left guard Ron Leary went through a full practice Friday and says he's good to go. But he's also listed as questionable after leaving last week's game at Cleveland with concussion-like symptoms.
Leary is unsure whether he had a concussion or was just "dinged up."
Left tackle Tyron Smith is questionable with a hip flexor as well as back issues. Smith was limited on Friday and didn't practice on Wednesday or Thursday.
Other players listed as questionable include wide receiver Dez Bryant (knee); defensive ends Ryan Davis (hamstring) and DeMarcus Lawrence (back/ shoulder); and swing tackle Chaz Green (foot/back).
Safety Barry Church (forearm) and cornerback Morris Claiborne (groin) are out.