Tony Romo was expected to have an MRI on Monday, with Dallas owner Jerry Jones believing the results would show that his quarterback's fourth back injury in less than four years has healed.
Coach Jason Garrett didn't provide an update, but did indicate that the 36-year-old Romo won't be officially listed as a participant in practice this week. The Cowboys visit Green Bay (3-1) on Sunday before their bye week.
"I think it's day to day, and that seems a little further down the road," Garrett said.
It's been almost seven weeks since Romo broke a bone in his back when he was tackled awkwardly in a preseason game at Seattle. Rookie Dak Prescott has led the...