Found February 20, 2013 on NFL Trade Rumors:
Nick Eatman of DallasCowboys.com writes that the team could schedule a meeting with Anthony Spencer‘s agent some time during the scouting combine in the hope of starting some early dialogue regarding a possible contract extension. Eatman admits that it’s unlikely that the Cowboys will consider using their franchise tag on Spencer for the second straight year given that it would come with a 20 percent increase on top of the $8.8 million tag figure. Dallas has some major cap issues to address. Previous reports have indicated that they’re currently sitting $20 million above the projected salary cap. If Spencer is indeed a part of their long-term plans, they will not only have to free up some much needed cap room, but they may have to structure his deal so that his 2013 cap figure is much lower than the remaining years. All things considered, it’s more likely that Spencer will test the market come March. He should find plenty of interest, considering that he’s coming off of a season tha...
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