Placed on injured reserve before the season finale, Tony Romo had begun throwing and said he was pain-free at that point. The question was whether his collarbone could take a hit, and the Cowboys wisely decided to keep resting their starting quarterback.
Romo has continued making progress during a few throwing sessions this offseason, quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson said.
"He's throwing great,'' Wilson said. "His delivery and velocity and revolutions and all that stuff is really, really good."
Injured Oct. 25 against the Giants, Romo missed the final 10 games and didn't return to practice the rest of the season. An NFL lockout would delay Romo's official return to team workouts, with OTA's usually starting sometime in late May.