Now, Romo didn't have his helmet on and he wasn't dropping back with a pass rush pursuing, but about 10-15 tosses from the five-yard line to Miles Austin and Dez Bryant in the back of the endzone was the first time Romo has thrown a football in front of media members since having back surgery to remove a cyst.
Romo's throwing motion looked the same and he didn't appear to be in any pain.
Romo said on Tuesday that he's been throwing on his own and would be a full participant if minicamp had been scheduled for next week.
"We feel good about him going into camp and [being] ready to go," Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said Thursday. "My understanding is he's ready to go, he'll be ready to go for training camp."