Looks like Tony Romo will see the field this season after all.
The former No. 1 Dallas Cowboys quarterback — who was injured his back during the preseason, then lost his starting job to red-hot rookie Dak Prescott — will play at some point Sunday during the team’s regular-season finale, according to multiple media reports.
ESPN was first to report the news.
With Romo unable to play the first half of the season, Prescott led the Cowboys to an 8-1 record — a start so good that Dallas opted to stick with the rookie and relegate longtime starter Romo to backup duty.
"He has earned the right to be our quarterback,” Romo said of Prescott at the time. “As hard as...