Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett didn’t make it sound like Tony Romo’s back was getting much better since receiving an epidural on Monday.
“Continuing to go through the process with Tony,” Cowboys coach Jason Garrett told reporters Thursday via NFL.com. “Just see how he feels every day waking up and evaluate him and treat him and see how he responds to it as much as anything else.”
Garrett indicated that Romo may not need to practice this week in order to play Sunday.
“Certainly you want your quarterback to practice at some point during the week,” he said. “Tony’s obviously played a lot of football for us so you would give him more leeway than most. But more than anything else it’s just a health issue and see how he’s feeling.”
It sounds like Garrett is just dodging questions.
ESPN’s Ed Werder reported that Romo’s back hasn’t improved much at all since this past Sunday.