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We reported earlier today that Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer is dealing with a  bone bruise in his knee right now. According to Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com, Spencer may end up needing surgery on his ailing knee.  The good news is that he wouldn’t be out too long. Anthony Spencer said there's a possibility he needs knee surgery. If so, Spencer said he'll miss 2-3 weeks. Nothing has been finalized yet. — Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) July 23, 2013   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... The post Anthony Spencer might need knee surgery appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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