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Romo practices

Tony Romo of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates a

Tony Romo of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates a touchdown against the Buffalo Bills at Cowboys Stadium. Dallas won, 44-7. (Nov. 13, 2011) Credit: Getty

Tony Romo sat out most of Saturday's game against the Eagles after suffering a bruised throwing hand in a collision with an Eagles defender's helmet. But the Cowboys quarterback was back at practice today, wearing a glove on his hand. 

The Cowboys have indicated that there is no fracture, but Romo had a good deal of swelling on the back of his hand. He is expected to play in Sunday night's NFC East division-deciding game against the Cowboys at MetLife Stadium. 

New York Sports