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Romo's throwing motion back to normal, coach says

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has thrown passes at team headquarters four or five times since the season ended last month, his position coach told *The Dallas Morning News* on Thursday.

Romo suffered a broken collarbone during the Cowboys' Week 7 loss to the New York Giants and missed the final 10 games of the season. But Cowboys quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson told the newspaper that Romo is back to playing basketball and golf and not having any concerns with his injury.

Romo's 15-minute throwing sessions helped Wilson determine if there was anything different in the quarterback's delivery.

"He's throwing great," Wilson said. "His delivery and velocity and revolutions and all that stuff is really, really good.

"As far as his throwing motion, it's back to normal."

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