Dallas Cowboys coordinator Scott Linehan says he likes the way Tony Romo "manages his age.''
Managed properly again? Maybe another MVP-level effort again ...
“(Romo) is a great player and has been for a long time,’’ coach Jason Garrett said at Wednesday’s camp-opening presser in Oxnard. And a healthy Romo, the Cowboys believe, can continue that trend. So does the player himself.
“It does not come across my mind the days it is good,'' Romo said in reflection on his surgically repaired back. :We make sure it feels good going into games. That is our objective. You have to figure that out by trial and error and we did that last year. This year because my base is a little stronger, we’ll see how camp goes and adjust from there but basically it’s better than it was.”
Romo said he and the coaching staff and medical staff are in the process of discussing a schedule for the summer that could include rest breaks.
“In general, I think you want to ensure, you want to always be feeling good,” Romo said. “You don’t need to push it to a point that sometimes can take you to where you need multiple days. It’s smart to be smart about it.”