Tony Romo's recovery from surgery 'going well'

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Tony Romo's recovery from surgery to heal a herniated disc is "going well enough" that he can start the next phase of rehab shortly.

The Dallas Morning news reports that Romo is already doing core exercises since surgery to help maintain and improve his mobility.

The next part of his rehab will have him doing low impact exercises further designed to increase his movement.

Romo had the surgery in late December, missing the final game of the season, but giving him plenty of time to recover before the 2014 training camp.

Romo has suffered a few injuries in the past few years, including a broke left clavicle. However the Dallas Cowboys and Jerry Jones still see him as the right QB for the job and have been supporting him throughout the recovery process.

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