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Romo's hand continues to heal before Cowboys-Giants tilt


EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was able to take snaps from under center at practice Friday, another sign that his bruised right hand is healing, according to a team source.

There is no concern that Romo will be limited in any way for Sunday night's NFC East title game against the New York Giants, the source said.

Romo avoided taking snaps from under center during practice Wednesday and Thursday when there was swelling in his hand. Even so, the source said he was able to throw the ball without any problem.

The Cowboys have been adamant throughout the week that Romo would play against the Giants, and team owner Jerry Jones went as far as to say Friday that Romo will be at "full strength" come kickoff.

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