I'm told Cowboys expect Tony Romo to be ready for start of training camp. He's been rehabbing daily and throwing regularly #cowboys— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) July 8, 2013
Tony Romo 15th in Jaws' QB countdown - Dan Graziano, ESPN NFC East Blog
Ron Jaworski's ranks Tony Romo No. 15 on his QB list this year, and Graziano writes that while he personally thinks Romo is too low on the list, he also understands how Romo's penchant for coming up short in big games continues to give his critics ammunition.
"Even his staunchest defenders can't deny this," Graziano writes. I'm not sure that Graziano has ever met a staunch Romo defender.
Philip Rivers vs. Tony Romo: Which veteran QB reigns supreme? - NFL.com
Philip Rivers and Tony Romo have posted impressive numbers in the past decade, but neither has achieved great playoff success. Which QB reigns supreme? Bucky Brooks' answer will go over better with Chargers fans.
Scout’s Big Prediction: Leary Will Claim A Spot At Guard - Bryan Broaddus, DallasCowboys.com
Broaddus boldly predicts a starting job for Ronald Leary in 2013. Here are his unedited (quite literally) thoughts on Leary:
He started off well but the everyday grind of the practices and the mental side of the game was just too much thus he didn’t make the 53 and spent the majority of the season on the practice squad.
There never we questions about his physical ability but whether he could be assignment sound and handle that down after down
Ronald Leary has the ability to be one of the best five and when they break camp in California and he will be the starter at one of those guard spots because of his ability.
Training Camp Survival Guide: Sleep Edition- The Football Educator
TFE's guest blogger Christine Jones, a researcher at Charlottesville Neurology & Sleep Medicine Center, gives sleep tips for surviving NFL Training Camp.