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IRVING, Texas Cowboys defensive end George Selvie is now the permanent starter at left defensive end with the news that Anthony Spencer will have season-ending knee surgery.
Selvie started all three games this season while the Cowboys hoped Spencer could return full-time from the knee injury.
He said his approach doesn't change now that he's no longer a fill-in.
"Not much has changed, other than just not having Spencer out there on the sideline helping me go through stuff," Selvie said. "Spencer's one of the best players on our defense. He's going to be missed."
Spencer was able to play half the game against Kansas City before suffering a setback. Otherwise, it's been Selvie at defensive end opposite DeMarcus Ware.
Selvie is tied for third on the team with two sacks. He also has five tackles and five quarterback pressures.
Becoming a full-time starter is a big deal for Selvie, who is playing for his fourth team in four seasons. Althou...
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According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer is hoping to avoid knee surgery, per his agent Jordan Woy.
Interested to hear Cowboys pass-rusher Anthony Spencer is still considering his options, hoping to avoid surgery, per Jordan Woy.
The Cowboys already placed Spencer on season ending injured reserve. The reason he’s looking to avoid surgery...
IRVING Since defensive end Anthony Spencer is going to have season-ending knee surgery, some will look at it like he was paid 10.6 million for 34 plays this season.
It's easy to second-guess signing Spencer to the franchise tag for a second consecutive season, but Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said Wednesday that he just views it as part of the business...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says that defensive end Anthony Spencer could be done for the season as he continues to deal with an ailing knee injury.
Jerry Jones says Anthony Spencer could be out for the rest of the season with a knee injury.
— Nick Eatman (@nickeatman) September 24, 2013
What’s really scary is that Jones says Spener could need microfracture surgery. If...
The Dallas Cowboys will have to play the rest of the season without one of their top pass-rushers. Defensive end Anthony Spencer will undergo microfracture surgery on his knee and be placed on injured reserve, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said during his weekly appearance on KRLD 105.3 Tuesday.
Spencer's likely played his final down with the Cowboys. He was playing under the franchise...
Anthony Spencer’s agent Jordan Woy tweeted that his client will undergo season-ending knee surgery.
Cowboys' Anthony Spencer will have season ending surgery. Dr says he will be 100% by Jan or Feb.
— Jordan Woy (@JordanWoy) September 24, 2013
If Spencer has to undergo microfracutre surgery then his career could be in jeopardy.
Microfracture surgery has ended the careers of...
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer's season has ended after playing only one game. Just two months after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, Spencer will have to go under once again for a season-ending procedure on the same knee, according to Spencer's agent Jordan Woy.Doctors believe Spencer will be "100 percent" by either January or...
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told reporters on Tuesday that DE Anthony Spencer could be out for the rest of the season with a knee injury, per Nick Eatman.
“It’s a real setback,” Jones told 105.3 “The Fan” in Dallas on Tuesday morning. “It could be out for the season.”
Jones added that Spencer need need microfracture surgery to repair his injured knee.
The wait for Dallas Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer to return from preseason knee surgery is over. He is out for the remainder of the season.
Owner Jerry Jones announced Tuesday on his radio show that Spencer needs season-ending and potentially career-threatening microfracture surgery on his left knee.
The Cowboys used their franchise tag with a one-year guaranteed salary...
Enter George Selvie…. Today Jerry Jones stated that Anthony Spencer could be out for the rest of the season with a knee injury. That is a huge loss for the Cowboys. Spencer was given an extension and they will now rely George Selvie who has been super impressive. Nick Eatman@nickeatman Jerry Jones says Anthony Spencer […]
The Dallas Cowboys placed defensive end Anthony Spencer on Reserve/Injured today with a knee injury.
Jerry Jones showed Tuesday another example of how far his optimism can reach.
During the first few minutes of a local radio interview, the Dallas Cowboys owner and general manger seemed to be having a great morning. Then he dropped the news that Pro Bowl defensive end Anthony Spencer is probably facing season-ending knee surgery.
But then Jones went right back to talking about...
Dallas defensive end Anthony Spencer will have season-ending
surgery on his left knee and may have played his last game for the
Athletes often hold camps for kids or have charitable foundations so that they can give back to their community. The sad part about doing this is that is sometimes turns around and bites them in the butt. The latest debacle as reported by TMZ is a camp that was held by Cowboys players Miles Austin, Anthony Spencer and Brandon Carr.
The story is the parents of James Jackson Jr are...
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer will undergo season-ending microfracture surgery on his left knee, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones announced Tuesday morning. “It’s a real setback,” Jones told 105.3 “The Fan” in Dallas. Spencer has had problems with his knee since the first