Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo remains on course to open up camp with his teammates after undergoing surgery to remove a cyst in his back last month.
Romo was able to make some throws at the end of the Cowboy's mini-camp in mid-June, although a return before the end of this was more in hope than expectation.
According to ESPN reporter Ed Werder, however, Romo is progressing well in his bid to regain full fitness, and has begun throwing regularly as he bids to be back in action from July 20.
Romo's absence from the camp last month does, though, mean he has been unable to gain valuable on-field work time following the Cowboys' change of offensive coordinators ahead of the new NFL season.
His understudy Kyle Orton has been doing the bulk of the work under the new regime, and Romo will have plenty of catching up to do when he finally gets back into training with the Cowboys.