Irving — Tony Romo can joke about it now. The Dallas Cowboys quarterback isn’t about to let the herniated disk that sidelined him for last season’s finale and that required surgery keep him down.
After the first day of the Cowboys’ organized team activities, Romo made light of his limited work and his age. He said he still is waiting for the return of his “4.4 speed,” and at 34, he pointed out that he remains younger than most of the reporters covering the team.
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