Spencer’s “mild’’ knee injury has been diagnosed as a “bone bruise,’’ and the Pro Bowl defensive end has sat out the first two days of Dallas Cowboys training camp. Should Dallas Cowboys fans be concerned about Anthony Spencer?
Anthony Spencer’s “mild” knee injury has been diagnosed as a “bone bruise”. If it seems like the Cowboys are being unusually cautious here, they are – and one of the reasons should be named “Kevin Ware.’’
Defensive end Anthony Spencer can’t shake a troublesome knee problem, and backup Tyrone Crawford is out for the season after tearing his left Achilles tendon during the first full workout of camp.
The Cowboys have broken off negotiations with franchise-tagged defensive end Anthony Spencer, agent Jordan Woy told 105.3 The Fan.
The Cowboys have wrapped up offseason workouts and are ready to take their revamped defense to training camp. The team is going back to the 4-3 after nearly a decade.
The Dallas Cowboys have hit what a source terms a “downturn’’ in contract negotiations with franchise-tagged defensive end Anthony Spencer
Sources on both sides of the negotiating table tell 105.3 The Fan that Dallas Cowboys discussions involving a long-term contract for Anthony Spencer will accelerate this week.
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A dozen different cogs are in motion as the Dallas Cowboys are making cap space in order to add potential defensive starters Justin Durant and Will Allen to the roster.
With the Cowboys just $175,000 under the salary cap and unable to improve through free agency, it’s time for Jerry Jones to answer the questions fans want to know.
Dallas linebacker Anthony Spencer has signed a $10.6 million one-year tender, securing his return to the Cowboys while he seeks a long-term deal.
The Dallas Cowboys have offered safety Danny McCray a one-year tender worth $1.3 million, and Anthony Spencer plans to sign a franchise tag deal for $10.6 million next week.