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According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, the Dallas Cowboys have placed their franchise tag on linebacker Anthony Spencer.
Spencer has been a bit of a disappointment for the Cowboys since he was drafted in the first round of the 2007 draft. But right now he’s the best option they have at outside linebacker and the Cowboys will look to get him signed to a multi-year deal as the offseason rolls on.
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The Cowboys tried to work out a long-term deal with outside linebacker Anthony Spencer the last few weeks but couldn’t complete one, so instead of allowing him to hit the open market, the Cowboys placed the franchise tag on him. Spencer will get a projected $8.8 million in base salary for the 2012 season, barring a sudden change in the franchise tag. The Cowboys will continue...
The Dallas Cowboys are expected to put the franchise tag on outside linebacker Anthony Spencer.Both sides are in talks but a long-term extension is not expected to be in place within the next two days. Spencer would make $8.8 million this season if Dallas places the franchise tag on him.Spencer recorded 51 tackles and six sacks last season.
The Dallas Cowboys have placed their franchise tag on Anthony Spencer to keep the outside linebacker from becoming an unrestricted free agent.
With the decision before Monday's deadline for such a move, Spencer will be guaranteed a base salary of about $8.8 million next season.
Spencer has started 53 of 76 games in his five seasons with the Cowboys, starting all but one game...
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- The Dallas Cowboys have placed their franchise tag on Anthony Spencer to keep the outside linebacker from becoming an unrestricted free agent.
With the decision before Monday's deadline for such a move, Spencer will be guaranteed a base salary of about 8.8 million next season.
Spencer has started 53 of 76 games in his five seasons with the Cowboys, starting...
The Dallas Cowboys have used the franchise tag to hold onto free agent outside linebacker Anthony Spencer. Spencer, 28, recorded 88 tackles, six sacks and four forced fumbles last season. He's now due an $8.8 million one-year tender,. If he's not signed to a long-term deal by July 16, the NFL deadline for franchise players, then he'll play the entire season under the...
DALLAS, March 5 – The Dallas Cowboys always make each off-season feel like a rebuilding year and I am sure their faithful expected a whole lot more out of this generation of players.
Now comes word that as the team struggles to create cap space, the team has handed the franchise tag to LB Anthony Spencer. His 2012 salary will account for $8.8 million of said cap space.
The Dallas Cowboys are still in talks with outside linebacker Anthony Spencer about a new contract, but it appears the team will elect to place the franchise tag on the outside linebacker, according to a source. The deadline to franchise players is Monday at 3 p.m. CT. Spencer would be guaranteed a base salary of $8.8 million for the 2012 season. The Cowboys have franchised two players...
Just hours remain now before the 3pm deadline for the franchise tag to be applied to impending free agents around the national football league. This blog has been a place that has written plenty about the Cowboys' options, and the wisest decision was concluded here long ago that the Cowboys should apply the tag to outside linebacker Anthony Spencer.
There is no question that...
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Just like 20 other teams this week, the Cowboys have used their franchise tag. Free agent linebacker Anthony Spencer was hit with the tender yesterday. The move is getting mixed reviews from the fans, mostly because they didn’t want to lose him for nothing. However, an $8.8 million salary in 2012 for a player who was very inconsistent the season before...
According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, Arizona Cardinals left tackle Levi Brown will more than likely hit the free agent market.
Brown is going into the final year of his current contract, but is scheduled to make $17 million in 2012. The Cardinals are working on renegotiating a new deal with him, but it doesn’t look like it will happen.
If Brown does become a free...
Jason LaCanfora has crossed with me and I am not sure if I can just let this one slide. After years of learning to temper my football expectations, I mentally accepted that the monstrous Mario Williams would not play for Atlanta. Williams has been linked to Seattle and New England, but not to Atlanta. The elite pass rusher will likely bring sacks to another team for years....
According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, the Kansas City Chiefs have placed the franchise tag on wide receiver Dwayne Bowe.
Bowe is clearly the Chiefs best receiver and it was vital for them to make sure they keep him around. Now the goal will be to get him locked up with a long-term contract.
According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, the Detroit Lions have placed the franchise tag on defensive end Cliff Avril.
Avril was hoping to avoid being tagged, but there was no way the Lions would let him hit the open market as a free agent.
The Lions will now have until July 15th to get a new deal done, or else Avril will be forced to play the 2012 season until the franchise tag.
According to NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora the Colts plan to hold a press conference on Wednesday March 7th, to announce they will be releasing Peyton Manning making him a free agent immediately after.
Stephen Ross get your wrist ready, start doing your exercises because you better be preparing to write Peyton one very large cheque. Ross and Ireland need to pull out everything...