The Dallas Cowboys received some good injury news on Saturday, as quarterback Tony Romo returned to practice for the first time since suffering a broken rib and a punctured lung in the Cowboys' Week 2 win over the San Francisco 49ers. It appears that Romo is not fully practicing, but he does have pads and a helmet on, according to Clarence Hill of the Fort Werth Star Telegram.
Via ESPN Dallas' Todd Archer:
Meanwhile, wide receiver Dez Bryant also returned to practice and caught passes. It appears the Redskins should at least prepare as if both will play on Monday, though their statuses are still up in the air.
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