Posted: 2/12/2013 11:08 PM
Defensive Tackle Chris Canty (DE in 3-4) Gerard Warren John Henderson Fred Robbins Anthony Adams Remi Ayodele Marcus Thomas Frank Okam Tony Brown Ron Brace Jovan Haye Kelly Gregg Lionel Dotson (DE in 3-4) Howard Green Tommie Harris Eric Foster Tim Bulman (DE in 3-4) Jimmy Kennedy Trey Lewis Amon Gordon Marcus Harrison John McCargo Jason Shirley (G) DeMario Pressley Landon Cohen Scott Paxson Carlton Powell John Gill
Defensive End Kyle Vanden Bosch Frostee Rucker Ray Edwards Aaron Kampman (OLB in 3-4) Raheem Brock (DT in 4-3) Anthony Hargrove (DT in 3-4/4-3) Jonathan Fanene (DE in 3-4/DT in 4-3) Chauncey Davis Luis Castillo James Hall Shaun Ellis Matt Roth (OLB in 3-4) Jeff Charleston Tyler Brayton (DE in 3-4/DT in 4-3) Eric Norwood Tim Bulman (DT in 4-3/DE in 3-4) Ikaika Alama-Francis (OLB in 3-4) Jarvis Moss (OLB in 3-4) Jimmy Wilkerson Tim Crowder Darrion Scott Jayme Mitchell Derrick Harvey Pannel Egboh Nick Reed Jeremy Jarmon
Inside Linebacker Stephen Cooper Andra Davis E.J. Henderson James Farrior Scott McKillop Rennie Curran Nate Triplett
Outside Linebacker Michael Boley (WLB in 4-3) Nick Barnett (WLB in 4-3, ILB in 3-4) Clint Session (WLB/SLB in 4-3) Aaron Curry (SLB/WLB in 4-3) Bobby Carpenter (SLB in 4-3, ILB in 3-4) Matt Roth (OLB in in 3-4, DE in 4-3) Matt McCoy (WLB in 4-3, ILB in 3-4) Reggie Torbor (ILB in 3-4/SLB in 4-3) Travis LaBoy (OLB in 3-4/DE in 4-3) Kevin Bentley (SLB/MLB in 4-3) Darryl Blackstock (SLB in 4-3) David Vobora (SLB in 4-3) Na’il Diggs (SLB in 4-3) Isaiah Ekejiuba (SLB in 4-3) Prescott Burgess (OLB in 3-4/ILB in 3-4) Roddrick Muckelroy (SLB in 4-3) Danny Batten (SLB in 4-3/OLB in 3-4) Cyril Obiozor (SLB in 4-3/OLB in 3-4)
Safety George Wilson Nick Collins Erik Coleman Melvin Bullitt Reggie Smith James Butler Deon Grant Brodney Pool Bob Sanders Sean Jones Aaron Francisco Husain Abdullah Hiram Eugene Paul Oliver Gibril Wilson Hamza Abdullah Sabby Piscitelli Gerald Alexander Marlin Jackson C.C. Brown Dominique Barber Courtney Greene Reshard Langford Jon Corto Aaron Rouse
Cornerback Andre’ Goodman Leigh Bodden Drew Coleman Bryant McFadden Kelly Jennings Alphonso Smith Justin Miller (KR) Jonathan Wilhite Lito Sheppard Dante Hughes Byron Westbrook Nathan Jones Benny Sapp Phillip Buchanon (PR) Donald Strickland Jonathan Wade Kevin Thomas Terrence Wheatley Rod Hood Frank Walker Leigh Torrence Reggie Corner David Jones Anthony Madison Ashton Youboty Kennard Cox Will Blackmon (KR/PR) C.J. Wilson Morgan Trent Roy Lewis Ramzee Robinson Donald Washington Syd’Quan Thompson Jorrick Calvin (KR) Cletis Gordon Walter McFadden
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Posted: 2/12/2013 11:20 PM
tigerterrace wrote: Anthony SpencerNick Barnett
Last month, Anthony Spencer’s representative said the Cowboys’ free agent outside linebacker would “love to stay in Dallas.”
That would be his “first choice,” agent Jordan Woy added.
The Cowboys would like for him to remain with the club, too, according to executive vice president Stephen Jones.
“We’re always in the business of keeping great football players,” Jones said Tuesday. “And he is one of those.”
In 2012, Spencer, a sixth-year veteran, had his most productive season after being pegged with an $8.8 million franchise tag last March.
Spencer led the team in tackles with 95 and accumulated a career-high total of 11 sacks. His performance was rewarded with an invitation to participate in his first Pro Bowl last month and he is expected to be one of the most coveted defenders on the open market.
Spencer’s situation is complicated by the fact that he would likely be re-positioned at end in the Cowboys’ 4-3 scheme that will be implemented under new defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin. It’s a move that Woy said Spencer would embrace. But while there appears to be a desire on both sides to work out a deal, Jones said it’s too early to tell if one will be completed.
“Unfortunately you’ve got to make difficult decisions,” Jones said. “What that will entail we don’t know quite yet. We’ll be moving forward in a quick way. But obviously Anthony Spencer represents everything we want to be about. He plays hard. His leadership is tremendous. And then on top of that, he’s a great football player.”
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