Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will be present when the team begins their offseason program on Monday according to multiple sources.
Romo had surgery on his back and missed the final game of the 2013 season.
Monday’s workout is the first of many that the Cowboys will conduct. Players will be able to lift weights, run and conduct football activities.
Following the NFL Draft the Cowboys will have rookie minicamp the following weekend. Then starting on May 28, the Cowboys will have organized team activities until June 12. The offseason program ends with the mandatory veteran minicamp June 17-19.
Romo is expected to be ready for all of these activities. In his 15 starts last season Romo completed 63.9-percen of his passes for 3,828 yards and 31 touchdowns while seeing his interception total drop from 19 in 2012 to just 10.