Tony Romo says he, Cowboys can make it easier for depleted offensive line to do its job
Oxnard, CA — Quarterback Tony Romo said he likes the way the offensive line, particularly the guards, have been working in camp and acknowledged that he and the coaches can help them do their jobs better.
“As a quarterback, you’ve got to be mobile, slide in the pocket, move, get the ball out,” he said after Thursday’s walk-through as the Cowboys got ready to travel to Oakland for the second preseason game, and Romo’s first action. “And then on top of it, we’ve got to give them some things they don’t have to work quite so hard in and do some things schematically that give us a little bit of help.”
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