Cowboys: Romo's Back Sore, Barber's Foot OK

IRVING, Texas (AP) - Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo's back is sore and his status for practice Wednesday remains to be determined.

But the Cowboys expect to have their quarterback play Saturday night against Baltimore.

Coach Wade Phillips says Romo is going to try to play. Romo went down wincing on a hit late in the first quarter of the 20-8 victory over the New York Giants.

Reporters weren't allowed to watch the team's walkthrough today and Romo did not appear in the locker room when it was open to the media. Cowboys players are off tomorrow.

-- Running back Marion Barber left the Giants game with a possible aggravation of his dislocated right pinkie toe, but Phillips says that Barber is just sore.

-- Starters Ken Hamlin and Keith Davis are playing through injuries and backup Tra Battle - who was just signed a few weeks ago - now has a strained hamstring. Davis added a shoulder injury to the leg problem that slowed him last week.

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