Nov 22, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys linebacker Anthony Spencer (93) wait for the play to begin during the game against the Washington Redskins on Thanksgiving at Cowboys Stadium. The Redskins beat the Cowboys 38-31. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Free Agency Rumors: St. Louis Rams meet with Anthony Spencer

Free agent linebacker Anthony Spencer is going to be visiting the St. Louis Rams on Sunday and may finally find a contract that takes him off the market. Spencer is one of many Cowboys free agents who are looking for new jobs and while a return to Dallas isn’t out of the question, the Rams are apparently going to do their best to convince him to stay in town.

Per the Dallas Morning News:

Dallas Cowboys free agent defensive end Anthony Spencer will be visiting the St. Louis Rams later today, according to a source.

The Cowboys remain interested in re-signing Spencer if the price is right. But he’s coming off of microfracture surgery on his left knee and is still recovering.

St. Louis had a defense in 2013 that was one of the only things to be proud of as it was a stout unit that looked like one of the best in the league at times. Adding Spencer would continue to pad the roster with talented depth and would help keep the Rams in line with the other tough defenses in their division.

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  • Joseph Devito

    All these Rams do, is take visits but sign nobody. What happened to Kenny Britt and Davin Joseph and all those other so-called visits? They don’t culminate in any acquisitions. Is there any doubt they won’t sign Spencer? They brought back Saffold and Dunbar and lost two young linemen (Smith and Williams) but really haven’t added anyone new to the team. We were 7-9 with Saffold and Dunbar already on the team. Fischer and Snead have failed to take advantage of a valuable vehicle to improve the club. It is called free agency. Now we are left with the draft only… and we have a ton of holes to fill. So far, not a good offseason.