Found April 08, 2014 on The Outlaws:
One remaining question of the Dallas Cowboys' offseason is whether to try and sign Anthony Spencer to a deal. Spencer visited with some teams but wasn't able to work out a contract, presumably because teams were nervous about his recovery process from microfracture surgery. Rowan Kavner, a writer for the Cowboys official website, was asked about the prospect of a Spencer signing and had this to say: I think they do re-sign him, probably sometime after the draft and before camp. If teams were comfortable with Spencer's health situation, he'd have found a team during one of his multiple visits already. There are clearly some reservations after the microfracture surgery and he may not ever look like the old Spencer, but he's working out in the area and if anyone's on top of his recovery, it's the Cowboys. If he gets healthier in the coming weeks, I could see him being in Dallas on an affordable deal. Waiting until after the draft but before camp has other financial benefits as well. The team will likely have its rookies signed and they'll have incoming cap space thanks to the Miles Austin cut. The team will also know better than most how Spencer's recovery process is going. So until then, stay tuned. What do you think? If he's medically healthy, should the Cowboys look to re-sign Anthony Spencer?

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