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Even though Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer didn’t practice on Thursday he still expects to play this week against the Chiefs.
“This is the first week I’ve gone straight through without swelling,” Spencer said, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Spencer was asked if he’ll be playing on Sunday, “I’m getting ready to play.”
Even if Spencer plays this week, I wouldn’t expect him to have a great game. He still needs to get into football shape.
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