The center position for the Cowboys was a mess last season.

It started in training camp when shotgun snaps were flying all over the place and the health of projected starter Phil Costa was jeopardized when he injured his back.

During the season, quarterback Tony Romo had three centers, Ryan Cook, Mackenzy Bernadeau and Costa.

A chemistry with all three was difficult for Romo but he handled it well.

With Romo missing the entire offseason work due to his recovery from back surgery there was a thought he would have problems dealing with another new center in first-round pick Travis Frederick.

Romo said he’s got no problems with the new center. Romo is working with Frederick during walkthrough periods of the offseason practices to make sure of that.