“I think they picked a good one there,” Romo said. “He’ll be a guy who’s going to help us for a long time. People were talking about whether or not we reached for him, I guess at the time, but he’s a good football player and we got a good first-round draft pick there.”
Romo did not take his first snaps from Frederick until training camp began because of offseason surgery to remove a cyst. The poor quarterback-center exchanges have been few and far between, but Romo likes Frederick’s overall game.
“He’s still growing as a player,” Romo said. “He’s still got a lot to learn, but he’s a smart kid, good anchor. He’s strong. He’s tough. I think he’s got a real bright future.”