IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo hasn't
shed the splint just yet.
Romo hopes to soon play without a splint on his throwing hand,
weeks after breaking his pinkie.
The protective device was still covering Romo's injured right
little finger at practice today.
Romo says he's getting better and feels like he could probably
get to a point to be playing without the splint this week. Romo got
hurt Oct. 12.
The 7-4 Cowboys host Seattle on Thanksgiving Day.
Romo is 42-of-66 passing (63.6 completion percentage) for 539
yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions since returning.
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