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The Dallas Cowboys have no plans to offer a multiyear contract extension to outside linebacker Anthony Spencer before next Monday's deadline, DallasCowboys.com reported. Spencer has already signed his tender, worth $8.85 million, and if the deadline passes without a new deal, Spencer would have to wait until after the last regular-season game of the coming season before signing a multiyear deal. It would cost the Cowboys $10.6 million in base salary to franchise him again in 2013, and that's unlikely, according to NFL.com, because the team is already dealing with cap penalties again next season over its accounting during the uncapped 2010 season. Spencer has been a starter for the Cowboys the past three seasons, and he had 51 tackles, 15 assists and 6.0 sacks in 2011.
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With just 6 days remaining for franchise players to agree to long term deals, it’s more of the same coming out of Dallas. The news continues to be that the Cowboys are not expected to sign franchise player Anthony Spencer to a long term deal. Spencer was one of the first players to sign his tender, worth 8.856 million, after the Cowboys made the surprising decision to tag him,...
According to Josh Ellis of DallasCowboys.com, with the deadline to sign franchise players to long-term contracts just a week away, the Cowboys don’t plan on locking up linebacker Anthony Spencer with a new deal.
The Cowboys plan on letting Spencer play out this season under the franchise tag, which will pay him $8.8 million in 2012.
If the Cowboys want to, they could...
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“I’ve just been rehabbing, even now,” Ratliff said Tuesday, per DallasCowboys.com. “Just getting treatment and getting right, getting ready for the season.”
So far Ratliff and the Cowboys medical...
There are a couple of teams that can ill afford for their draft picks to hold out or miss anytime at training camp.
That includes Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III.
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One of the greatest things about sports is the amount of argument and debate it causes. As a fan and writer of an NFC East team there is no shortage of passionate opinion among fanbases of the teams.
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