Cowboys guard Ronald Leary will begin training camp on the physically unable to perform list.
Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer knows he has a long road ahead of him, but he's confident he'll return to the field in 2014.
Anthony Spencer has started running again, but there's still no timetable for his return.
The Dallas Cowboys wouldn't be surprised if defensive end Anthony Spencer began the year on the PUP list.
The Cowboys decided to bring back Spencer on a third straight one-year deal at a fraction of what he cost with the franchise tag in consecutive seasons. If he makes it all the way back and hits all the...
After appearing in just a game a year ago, Anthony Spencer feels like he has something to prove going into 2014.
If he can return anywhere close to his 2012 form, the Cowboys are getting a steal with the re-signing of their own former Pro Bowl pass-rusher.
The Cowboys still have some of their free agents available, but most will be ex-Cowboys in 2014.
Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones says the team thinks very highly of free agent defensive end Anthony Spencer.
Written off as the last piece of Dallas' front four to leave the team, suddenly the door is open for Anthony Spencer to return to the Cowboys.