The Mickaroo: Parcells said he wants Romo to play a bit, and maybe he thinks the OL has a ways to go and doesn't want Bledsoe hurt. No sense putting him in jeopardy if you don't have to. That may just be me. Romo is more mobile and could avoid trouble in the backfield. Beriault has't practiced since the injury. I would surmise that it was a severe concussion. "She" went back to practice yesterday although he didn't do much. He has stressed the fact he isn't hurt. Peterman went back to practice yesterday. If Bill is gonna make a stink about something, it isn't going to be about this particular TO situation. Maybe TO looks like a physical freak but he may just have tired legs after being injured two years ago and not playing a full year last year. People need to realize that just because the MRI on TO came back negative (not torn), doesn't mean he hasn't tweaked his hammy. It is easy to have a sore hammy and it not show up. Also remember this is the leg he broke. He may be favoring it a bit still psychologically. There is alot of talk about the offense here with TO and all, but this team has a chance to have a really special defense. From what I see they are bigger up front, the LB's are much more versatile. It the DB's can stay healthy they may have something here. When Glenn is your third guy it is a good thing as he can still play. They are using Watkins at the nickel safety and Burnett at LB Guys, this Ellis thing is not an experiment anymore. He is the first team LB. He looks more comfortable and is making plays. It is obvious he is picking this move up. When they try to run the ball wide, given his DE experience, he is stringing that thing out very wide. Ratliff is looking really good. With him and Ellis on the first team, the run offense is going nowhere in practice. Boiman had surgery yesterday, that break was really ugly looking. He should be back in 10-14 days.