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Romo says he’s healed and ready

Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo says he's recovering well from his broken collarbone injury, will he be able to play a full season for his team in 2016?

After weeks of deliberation, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo had surgery to shore up his left collarbone against what would be a fourth fracture. And he has now declared that everything is fine.

My surgery has healed up nicely,” Romo said on Twitter. “Looking forward to OTA’s and a full offseason. Let’s go!”

The Cowboys and their fans undoubtedly will be looking for a full regular season and postseason. While that’s hardly a guarantee given Romo’s back issues, eliminating the left collarbone as a potential source of lost time can only be a positive.