MARCUS SPEARS RUMORS

Ex-Cowboy Spears: Romo, Witten in Jones' suite could send wrong message

Former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Marcus Spears is concerned that Tony Romo and Jason Witten attending the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship in Jerry Jones' private suite at AT&T Stadium could send the wrong message to other players on the roster. During the game, Witten and Romo were spotted on the stadium's jumbotron in the suite with Jones, Jason Garrett as...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Marcus Spears wasn't a fan of seeing Tony Romo and Jason Witten hanging out with Jason Garrett at the NCAA championship game

The NCAA championship game was held at AT&T Stadium and Jerry Jones' private suite was pretty packed. There were former presidents, a Cowboys head coach and two Cowboys star players on hand to watch the game. Recently retired and former Cowboys defensive lineman Marcus Spears didn't like seeing Romo and Witten in the owner's box with Garrett. To him, it sends...
Via The Outlaws
9 days ago  |  Discuss

SEC Network adds two more analysts

Before the next college football season begins, ESPN will be busy staffing its new SEC Network.  Already we know of a few high profile additions to the newest conference-based network.  Joe Tessitore will host the channel’s version of College GameDay while Tim Tebow and Greg McElroy will be their star analysts. After a standoff with ESPN, Brent Musburger is moving down the ladder...
Via Awful Announcing
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Marcus Spears, Anthony “Booger” McFarland Hired By SEC Network

Marcus Spears and Anthony Booger McFarlard are returning to the SEC, but this time as an analyst. Spears — the No. 20 overall pick by the Cowboys in the 2005 draft and McFarland Drafted by the Buccaneers in the first round of the 1999 NFL Draft have been hired by ESPN’s SEC Network.   The SEC Network, ESPN’s 24/7 network devoted to the Southeastern Conference, has hired LSU...
Via BlackSportsOnline
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Marcus Spears to retire from NFL, join SEC Network

Former Dallas Cowboys first-round pick, defensive end Marcus Spears, will retire from the NFL and join the SEC Network as an analyst according to the network’s Twitter account. Spears spent eight seasons with the Cowboys before signing with the Baltimore Ravens in 2013, where he spent his final season playing just five games before being waived. In his career, he tallied 10.0...
Via Pro Sports Daily
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Cowboys DE Marcus Spears Retires From The NFL

  Former Cowboys DE Marcus Spears has officially retired from the NFL, according to the SEC Network. Spears is apparently pursuing a media career with the network as a college football analyst. Spears, 31, was a first-round draft pick of the Cowboys back in 2005. He spent his first eight years in the league with Dallas before he signed a one-year contract with the Ravens last year...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Spears signs with Super Bowl champ Ravens

BALTIMORE (AP) -- Marcus Spears likes the way he fits into the Baltimore Ravens defense, and the veteran run-stopper admires the team's ability to be a consistent winner. So it didn't take a whole lot of negotiations to convince the former Dallas Cowboys starter to begin the next phase of his NFL career with the reigning Super Bowl champions. "It was an easy process...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
March 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Spears looking for a Super Bowl ring with Ravens

Free agent defensive end Marcus Spears has signed with Baltimore to help the reigning Super Bowl champions' run defense. The former Dallas Cowboys' first-round pick also believes playing in Baltimore will provide him the chance to get a championship ring of his own. Released by the Cowboys last week after an eight-year run in Dallas, Spears signed a two-year contract with...
Via Fox Sports
March 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Cowboys release Marcus Spears

The Dallas Cowboys released defensive end Marcus Spears today.  He broke the news on his own Twitter account. Fans of Dallas thank u all so much for 8 yrs the good and bad times ill be moving on!! The support has been tremendous! From my family thx U — marcus spears (@mspear96) March 13, 2013 Spears has spent his entire nine-year career with the Cowboys. He recorded 29 tackles...
Via Pro Football Zone
March 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Cowboys make more moves, cut DE Spears

IRVING, Texas Marcus Spears, a Dallas Cowboys first-round draft pick in 2005, announced on Twitter on Wednesday that he's being cut by the team. "Fans of Dallas thank u all so much for 8 yrs the good and bad times ill be moving on!! The support has been tremendous! From my family thx U," Spears posted on Twitter. "Guys don't be sad for me please! I've...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
March 13, 2013  |  Discuss
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