The Cowboys have decided not to pursue signing a veteran quarterback at this time, according to a team source. The decision is a strong indication that Dallas believes Tony Romo should be capable of both starting and throwing effectively against the Giants on Sunday night in a game that will determine which team wins the NFC East and advances to the playoffs. "He will be fine," another source said. Romo suffered a bruised hand when he struck it on Jason Babin's helmet on the fourth offensive play of the team's 20-7 loss to the Eagles on Saturday.