The Cowboys will meet with OLB Anthony Spencer to discuss a long-term contract this week.
Cowboys signed franchise player Anthony Spencer to a one-year, $10.627 million contract.
The agent for Cowboys franchise player Anthony Spencer says his client will sign his one-year franchise tender "early next week."
ESPN's Ed Werder says the Cowboys "do not intend to trade" franchise player Anthony Spencer.
The Cowboys haven't approached franchise player Anthony Spencer's agent about a potential trade.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Cowboys are open to trading franchise player Anthony Spencer.
Cowboys owner/GM Jerry Jones recently hinted that Anthony Spencer doesn't have the preferred size for Monte Kiffin's 4-3 defense.
Cowboys assigned the franchise tag to DE/OLB Anthony Spencer.
The Cowboys are discussing free agent OLB Anthony Spencer's future with the team on Monday, but "indications are" he will not be franchise tagged.
The Cowboys would "love" to lock up free agent OLB Anthony Spencer before March 12, but it "looks less likely by the day" that it will happen.
The Cowboys had "informal" talks with free agent OLB Anthony Spencer's rep at the Combine.
Owner Jerry Jones acknowledged Saturday that the Cowboys have "no money" to do a long-term deal with free agent Anthony Spencer.
Sources from "within the front office" tell DallasCowboys.com the Cowboys will meet with free agent OLB Anthony Spencer's agent at the Combine.
Executive VP Stephen Jones says the cap-strapped Cowboys haven't entirely ruled out using the franchise tag.