FRISCO, Texas — Tony Romo stretched alongside Jason Witten early in practice for the Dallas Cowboys, just as they’ve done for most of the past 10 years.

Then the 36-year-old quarterback went off to run the scout team and his trusty tight end joined the first-teamers with rookie Dak Prescott, who has a seven-game winning streak filling in for Romo.

The Dallas starter for a decade, Romo was a full practice participant Wednesday for the first time since breaking a bone in his back in a preseason game in August, his fourth back injury in less than four years.

That didn’t change his spot in the pecking order, which includes veteran Mark Sanchez, the backup to Prescott the first eight games. There’s no reason to change with Dallas (7-1) surging to the best record in the NFC.

“He’s champing at the bit,” Coach Jason Garrett said. “But you know we’ll watch him today at practice and see how he does.”

CHARGERS: Voters called the team’s bluff, leaving the franchise to decide whether to try one more time to get a new stadium built in San Diego or pack the moving vans for the trip up Interstate 5 to Los Angeles.

Measure C, which would have raised $1.15 billion from increased hotel occupancy taxes to help pay for a $1.8 billion stadium and convention center annex downtown, was defeated 57 percent to 43 percent. It needed 66.7 percent yes to pass.

The team chairman, Dean Spanos, whose attempt to move the Chargers to the Los Angeles suburb of Carson angered fans and was rebuffed by fellow NFL owners in January, said in a statement that he will consider his options. He said a decision won’t be announced until after the season “and no decision will be made in haste.”

JETS: Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick said he’s “definitely optimistic” he’ll be able to play Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams despite having a sprained left knee.

Fitzpatrick was injured last Sunday at Miami in the third quarter of New York’s 27-23 loss, but returned to finish the game while wearing a brace on the knee. He said Wednesday he would again wear a brace if he plays this weekend.

Fitzpatrick was limited at practice and Coach Todd Bowles said the quarterback didn’t run much and the team needs to monitor him as the week goes along.

 New York placed left tackle Ryan Clady on injured reserve with a shoulder injury and activated wide receiver Devin Smith from the physically unable to perform list.

TITANS: Neither DeMarco Murray nor rookie Derrick Henry practiced, though Coach Mike Mularkey said they kept Murray out to rest the running back’s sore toe.

Murray played in last week’s 43-35 loss at the Chargers with the injury and Henry strained a calf in pregame warmups in San Diego. Mularkey said Henry looked better than anticipated and the Titans will see how much more Henry can do Thursday.

Mularkey said Marcus Mariota aggravated an ankle early last week. The quarterback practiced fully and was not listed on the injury report.

DOLPHINS: Quarterback Ryan Tannehill said receiverJarvis Landry needs to be careful in striking a balance between his fiery style of play and being out of control.

Landry drew a $24,309 fine two weeks ago for an illegal block that Buffalo Coach Rex Ryan described as a dirty play. And at times Landry becomes demonstrative in showing frustration on the sideline.

“A guy like Jarvis, guys are watching him, people in the stands are watching, the other team’s watching,” Tannehill said. “You see body language, you can see how guys are affected.”

VIKINGS: Two starters, left guard Alex Boone and middle linebacker Eric Kendricks, returned to practice after missing the last game because of concussions.

Boone and Kendricks were on the field. Backup guard Zac Kerin, who was out last week against Detroit because of a hand injury, also was back at practice on a limited basis to help put the offensive line closer to full strength.

PANTHERS: Coach Ron Rivera said the NFL needs to consider all possibilities when clamping down on targeting, including player ejections.

The NCAA enforces that rule but the NFL does not.

GIANTS: New York placed rookie safety Darian Thompson on injured reserve with a foot injury that will require surgery.

Also, offensive lineman Adam Gettis was signed off the practice squad with left guard Justin Pugh expected to miss up to a month with a sprained right knee.

CHIEFS: Running back Spencer Ware passed the NFL’s concussion protocol, returned to practice and should be available for Sunday’s game at Carolina.

Ware was hurt in Indianapolis and missed last week’s game against Jacksonville.