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

Dallas Cowboys' Anthony Spencer's knee feels good


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.