"I'm not back to where everything is back to normal yet, but it's definitely on its way," Romo told the Fort-Worth Star-Telegram in Friday's edition. "It feels good to keep the improvement side of it continuing to go."
There are other signs of progress, too. Romo no longer has to sleep in a chair, which we imagine will improve the man's REM sleep. He will continue to wear a Kevlar jacket designed to protect his ribcage.
"He's still having a little bit of pain on some throws, some movement throws, but he is moving, and I think by Sunday he'll be pretty close to normal," Cowboys quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson said.