Romo tells fan at Thanksgiving dinner he'll play vs. Dolphins in Week 11
The Dallas Cowboys haven't won a game since quarterback Tony Romo went down with a broken left collarbone in Week 2.
Coming on the heels of a seven-game losing streak, Romo participated in a Salvation Army Dallas Fort-Worth Thanksgiving dinner on Monday.
"Oh yeah," said Romo, answering a fan if he plans to play this week against the Miami Dolphins.
Head coach Jason Garrett was asked about the quarterback's status for Sunday, but was noncommittal.
Romo, who plans to return to his normal practice schedule this week, is looked upon to be the savior in Dallas as they trail the first-place New York Giants by 2.5 games.