There's a chance that Anthony Spencer wore a Dallas Cowboys helmet for the last time Sunday night at the Pro Bowl in Hawaii. Spencer is slated to become an unrestricted free agent on March 12 and his price tag might be out of the Cowboys' range.
That said, it looks like they're at least making an effort to wrap up Spencer long term.
According to ESPNDallas.com's Todd Archer, "the Cowboys and [Spencer's] agent, Jordan Woy, have had preliminary talks in recent weeks and both sides are hopeful a deal can be worked out."
Woy also said he expects the two sides to keep talking in February. So there's hope, Cowboys fans, that your team's best defensive player from 2012 will return for many years to come.
On to what else is being talked about in the league's most popular division...
ESPN's Ed Werder says the notion that Jon Gruden might be on his way to Dallas soon is "ridiculous."
From Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram: The Cowboys are on the verge of naming Derek Dooley their new receivers coach, giving them four members of the staff with head-coaching experience.
Jenny Vrentas of the Newark Star-Ledger looks at how the Giants will have to adjust to a new wave of NFL offenses.
Former Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendell has an open letter for new Eagles head coach Chip Kelly.
From NJ.com's Jordan Raanan: Todd Herremans is cool with moving back to guard.
From Mike Jones and Mark Maske of the Washington Post: Trent Williams had a bottle cracked over his head at a Honolulu nightclub Friday.
From Rich Tandler of Real Redskins: The 'Skins don't have a lot of candidates for restructured contracts.