Friday, December 26, 2008

Romo Returns To Cowboys' Practice

IRVING, Texas -- Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo returned to work Thursday, going through practice a day after being sent home with flu-like symptoms.

Romo shuffled through the hallway on his way to a quarterbacks meeting before the workout.

The Cowboys close the regular season Sunday in Philadelphia. Dallas gets a wild card spot with a win, but will miss the playoffs with a loss.

Tight end Jason Witten also returned to practice after missing Wednesday's workouts with a sprained left ankle. He and safety Ken Hamlin, who has an injured foot, are both expected to play against the Eagles. Running back Marion Barber has a dislocated right pinkie toe and is likely to be a game-time decision.