The Dallas Cowboys finally received some positive news this week, with Anthony Spencer and Justin Durant both returning for the defense.
The long awaited return of Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer is coming to an end — probably.
Before the season opener, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones projected that Pro Bowl defensive end Anthony Spencer could be ready by week 2. That didn’t happen.
The Dallas Cowboys lost one defensive player to injury but gained another back. Here is a look at the injury report for the Dallas Cowboys vs. Tennessee Titans week two game.
The Dallas Cowboys finished the 2013 NFL season with second worst defense of all time, just falling short of the ineptitude of the 2012 New Orleans Saints.
Dallas defensive end Anthony Spencer’s recovery from microfracture surgery on his left knee is coming along well enough for him to start the season on the active roster.
The Dallas Cowboys made a few roster moves before taking the field for their first practice at Training Camp Thursday morning in Oxnard.
Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer cheerily says if he didn’t believe he could recover from last year’s career-threatening microfracture knee surgery, “I wouldn’t be here.”
There is no certainty about the readiness of Pro Bowl defensive end Anthony Spencer to return to the field, a fact likely in play as he’s signed a one-year contract to return to the Cowboys.
The Cowboys initiated the start of the NFL’s 2014 Shopping Season this weekend by making exploratory calls to free-agent defensive linemen Jason Hatcher and Anthony Spencer, sources tell 105.3 The Fan.
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer is undergoing microfracture surgery on his left knee Tuesday, a process that includes stem-cell treatment designed to help promote cartilage growth.
The Dallas Cowboys have placed defensive end Anthony Spencer on season-ending injured reserve and claimed cornerback Chris Greenwood off the Detroit Lions’ practice squad.