"Sounds like he's feeling better," Garrett said. "Yeah, but just talking to him, it sounds like he's feeling better. And typically that happens the further away you are from an injury, hopefully the better it gets. You get the blood flowing through your body. So hopefully he's able to do something today and we can build on that."
Garrett added that while he'd like Romo to practice, it's not a requirement for the veteran quarterback to hit the field in order for him to play Sunday.
"The game plan would probably be pretty similar with each of these guys because they are both physically capable of doing whatever we ask them to do," Garrett said of the plan in case Romo sits.