Could Anthony Spencer return to Dallas on a one year deal?

ESPN Dallas writer Todd Archer believes that Anthony Spencer could return to the Cowboys on a cheap deal since he is coming off an injury. During a chat on the internet with fans, Archer mentioned a possible return. @toddarcher: It’s all about health with Spencer. He’s working his way back from a complicated knee surgery […] The post Could Anthony Spencer return to Dallas...
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Could the Cowboys bring back Anthony Spencer?

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Todd Archer of  believes the Cowboys could end up bringing back Anthony Spencer if he gets healthy.  It’s all about health with Spencer. He’s working his way back from a complicated knee surgery that his agent, Jordan Woy, said will have him ready for training camp. Maybe...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys waiting on Anthony Spencer's rehab

One remaining question of the Dallas Cowboys' offseason is whether to try and sign Anthony Spencer to a deal. Spencer visited with some teams but wasn't able to work out a contract, presumably because teams were nervous about his recovery process from microfracture surgery. Rowan Kavner, a writer for the Cowboys official website, was asked about the prospect of a Spencer...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Future of Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer still murky

As the 2014 NFL free agency period continues, the Dallas Cowboys have lost some significant members of their defensive corps.  Now the question remains on what to do with free agent defensive end Anthony Spencer, the 30 year-old starter coming off a season marred with injury.  Big names dropped off like flies from the Cowboys' roster this month, most notably on their defensive...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Cowboys still interested in Anthony Spencer

According to Calvin Watkins of,  the Cowboys are still interested in re-signing defensive end Anthony Spencer. The Cowboys are still interested in working a deal for Spencer as he recovers from microfracture surgery. Spencer’s representatives believe he’ll be ready for the start of the 2014 season while Cowboys officials are optimistic it could happen. var ACE_AR...
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March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Why Anthony Spencer and the Atlanta Falcons could be a perfect fit

It didn’t seem too long ago when the Cowboys viewed DE/OLB as a higher priority than future hall of famer Demarcus Ware. Now they are both free agents due to the salary cap, oh how the mighty have fallen. Ware recently signed with the Broncos in hopes of chasing a ring. Ware was released last week due to the Cowboys’ lack of salary cap room and Spencer is a free agent who the...
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March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

St. Louis Rams meet with Anthony Spencer

Free agent linebacker Anthony Spencer is going to be visiting the St. Louis Rams on Sunday and may finally find a contract that takes him off the market. Spencer is one of many Cowboys free agents who are looking for new jobs and while a return to Dallas isn’t out of the question, the Rams are apparently going to do their best to convince him to stay in town. Per the Dallas Morning...
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March 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Cowboys’ DE/OLB Anthony Spencer Has “Nearly 7 Teams” Interested In Him

  Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas reports that Cowboys’ free agent DE/OLB Anthony Spencer has “nearly seven teams” interested in so far. There hasn’t been a lot of buzz regarding Spencer in the past few months, despite the fact that he would have been one of the most sought after free agents last year had the Cowboys not used their franchise tag on him. Unfortunately for...
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March 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Dallas Cowboys are not likely to use their franchise tag, but want Anthony Spencer back

While the Dallas Cowboys are undergoing evaluations to their 2014 roster and Stephen Jones stated that he feels the team will not use the franchise tag, but the team does want Anthony Spencer, back to the team. “Anthony has been an unbelievable player for us,” said Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones, who said the Cowboys are […]The post Dallas Cowboys are not...
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January 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Franchising Spencer: Strategy or Stupidity?

Raise your hand if you rolled your eyes when the Cowboys slapped the franchise tag on Anthony Spencer. After reading comments and a few articles on this move, it looks like Cowboy Nation is 50/50 with it, maybe less. Let’s be frank about this, why would we franchise an average player who had one good season (contract year) and has admittedly taken plays off in previous seasons...
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March 07, 2013  |  2 Comments

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