Tony Romo and Roy Williams are starting to get their timing down.
Romo and Williams had easily their best day of training camp
Wednesday, a week after the Dallas Cowboys starting practicing at
the Alamodome in San Antonio.
Coach Wade Phillips says it takes time for a quarterback and
receiver to get in synch. Although the star quarterback and his new
No. 1 receiver threw together during the summer, Phillips said it's
different now that they're wearing pads and facing a defense.
Williams caught only 19 passes in 10 games last year after being
acquired from Detroit. He's replacing Terrell Owens as Dallas' top