Romo Says Back Is Getting Progressively Better

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IRVING -- Although Tony Romo finished the last game with a sore back, the Cowboys quarterback doesn't anticipate any problem being ready for the next game.

Romo says he will be ready Saturday night when Dallas plays its
Texas Stadium finale against the Baltimore Ravens.

Romo was in obvious pain after taking a hard shot to the back in
the first half Sunday night against the New York Giants. He went
through most of yesterday's practice despite being stiff and sore
and said before practicing again tpday that his back was feeling
progressively better.

Running back Marion Barber didn't practice today and is again
considered a game-time decision, like he was a week ago when he had
only 2 yards on eight carries. Barber has been hampered by a broken
pinkie toe that forced him to miss a game.

The Cowboys are still in a precarious playoff position. They now
have the NFC's top wild-card seed but have games remaining against
the Ravens and at playoff-hopeful Philadelphia.



 
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