IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is practicing with more protection on his bruised throwing hand.
Romo came out of the locker room Thursday wearing a protective wrap on his swollen right hand. The wrap left his fingers and thumb free, and he made a few soft tosses as practice began.
Romo wasn't wearing anything on his hand when throwing Wednesday.
Romo, who banged his hand on a defender's helmet Saturday against Philadelphia, has said he expects to play Sunday night when the Cowboys take on the New York Giants with the NFC East title on the line.