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Healthy Romo returns to Cowboys a better leader; star quarterback also has better appreciation
SAN ANTONIO (AP) ' A lot has changed since the last time Tony Romo threw a pass that counted.
He missed 10 games last season while dealing with a broken collarbone. Seeing the Dallas Cowboys play better without him stoked his desire, too.
He returns with a new bond to the head coach, because new boss Jason Garrett was his coordinator the last four years. His bond with teammates is stronger, too, now that they've seen him organize and run offseason workouts.
Then there's the biggest change in his life: He's a married man. Romo laughed and said that shouldn't make a difference on the football field.