Bringing Back Anthony Spencer Is Cowboys' 'Biggest Priority' This Offseason

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Bringing Back Anthony Spencer Is Cowboys' 'Biggest Priority' This Offseason
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NFl analyst Adam Schefter recently joined the Fitzsimmons & Durrett show on KESN-FM 103.3 ESPN Radio. Here are some highlights: On what the Cowboys plan to do in free agency: “I think they go through the free agent market and they try to figure out which players are attracted to them. I think the biggest priority is bringing back Anthony Spencer. That’s something this team wants to get done and will try to get done. My guess is that Anthony Spencer’s salary will come in at about $8-9 million per year. It’s going to be a hefty number, and they’re trying to do that in addition to opening up contract talks with Tony Romo at some point in time. They’ll make some other moves. I think they’ll add some depth at wide receiver with (Kevin) Ogletree being a free agent and on the move. They’ve got some moves to make here. Felix (Jones) is up. But they feel like they’re in a pretty good spot right now.”

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