Friday NFL buzz: Cowboys will reportedly play Tony Romo on Sunday





USA TODAY Sports’ Lorenzo Reyes looks at the three biggest story lines heading into Week 17 of the NFL season.

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Report: Romo to play Sunday

Tony Romo is expected to receive his first regular-season snaps in more than a year on Sunday, according to an ESPN report.

The Dallas Cowboys will apparently start Dak Prescott, who needs one more win to notch the rookie record for quarterbacks, against the Philadelphia Eagles in a game that has no implications for the top-seeded NFC East champs. Romo and Mark Sanchez will then both see the field after Prescott.

Head coach Jason Garrett would only say Friday that the coaches “haven’t really made those determinations yet” but admitted Romo “absolutely” wants to play. The team is expected to finalize its approach to playing time Saturday.

Romo, who injured his back in preseason to open the door to Prescott’s ascension, last played in the regular season

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