Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is still felling the effects of the physical game against Seattle on Sunday.
Romo took a couple hard shots throughout the game, notably in the first quarter by Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner. He also rolled his ankle later in the game and was limping when he walked through the locker room Tuesday.
Romo continues to nurse those two injuries, along with his surgically-repaired back. That’s why he’ll stick with what’s become his standard routine of taking Wednesdays off, coach Jason Garrett said.
Romo also could miss Thursday’s practice, Garrett said, depending on how his ribs and ankle feel. However, there are no indications that these injuries will keep him out of Sunday’s game against the Giants.
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