Dallas Cowboys’ Anthony Spencer’s knee feels good

Sep 15, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle Eric Fisher (72) blocks against Dallas Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer (93) in the second half at Arrowhead Stadium. Kansas City won the game 17-16. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

The Dallas Cowboys franchise man, defensive end Anthony Spencer, made his 2013 regular season debut yesterday against the Kansas City Chiefs. Spencer has been recovering from a knee surgery in late July and missed most of training camp recovering from the injury, but he said before the game he’d play in a limited role and he did.

“We went in just trying to play on third downs, but the better I felt the more I wanted to do,” Spencer said, via ESPN, “so we did a little bit extra.”

I don’t know about extra, all in all Spencer played roughly 30 snaps. End George Selvie started for him again.

“And it feels so good after I put it on,” Spencer said, referring to the ice pack he put on his knee.

Spencer got two tackles and a quarterback hurry in the performance in the game. So far we don’t know what his role will be in Week 3, whether he’ll start or stay in a limited role with maybe more than 30 snaps.

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  • JoeDaBeast

    I’d say base Anthony’s play off of Selvie’s. let them compete on a level playing field, regardless of the lopsided price tag.

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