Source: Cowboys, Spencer end negotiations
Contract talks between the Dallas Cowboys and defensive end Anthony Spencer have ended, according to a source.
Spencer, who was franchised at $10.6 million, has until July 15 to work a deal with the Cowboys. If not, he will become a free agent when the season ends.
But with these latest developments, Spencer will enter the 2013 season with the expectation that he will become a free agent.
Spencer recorded a career-high 11 sacks, the second-highest total on the Cowboys, last season.
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