A little over two weeks after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery, Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer is confident he’ll play in the Week One matchup with the New York Giants. As for getting on the field before then, Spencer isn’t so sure.
“I’m hoping I can do some stuff for the preseason, but if I can’t, I can’t,” Spencer said, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “I’m just going to take my time and get healthy.”
For now, Spencer is just focusing on doing what he can--which is pretty much limited to lifting weights and some non-running cardio, and this limitation has left Spencer understandably frustrated.
“I’m just focused on getting healthy,” Spencer said. “I still can’t do a lot of running around and stuff, the stuff that I want to do, so I don’t feel very encouraged right now. I’ve still got a little bit of time, so I’m working on getting healthy.”
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