Anthony Spencer doesn’t want to talk about his contract until the end of the year
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Nov 27, 2012
“There are plays in the game where I feel like I played well,” Spencer said. “Whenever Jordan asks me about it, I just say I don’t want to talk about it until the end of this season,” Spencer said Monday. It’s possible that if the Cowboys don’t reach a long-term deal with Spencer this upcoming offseason, they could place another franchise tag on him for the 2013 season. If he remains on his current pace, Spencer will finish with 88 tackles and 10 sacks, both career highs. The sixth-year veteran has already achieved a career-high total in sacks with 61/2, and when inside linebacker Bruce Carter went down Thursday with a season-ending elbow injury, Spencer began making the defensive calls. “I feel like you’re only as good as your last game, so I really just try to go out there and play with that type of attitude and just keep playing every week regardless of the circumstances,” he said.