The Dallas Cowboys will meet with the agent for linebacker Anthony Spencer during the NFL scouting combine this week in Indianapolis, a source close to the negotiations said. A multi-year agreement would likely be more appealing for both sides and Spencer’s agent, Jordan Woy, will meet with the Cowboys in Indianapolis, according to a source. Spencer's future with the Cowboys could be tied into the contract talks with quarterback Tony Romo. “Anthony Spencer represents everything we want to be about” Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said last week. “He plays hard. His leadership is tremendous. However, that could change in Indianapolis, although a source said nothing is planned as of yet. The Cowboys, of course, may not be able to afford to hand out a franchise designation given the fact they are roughly $20 million over the cap. He made his first Pro Bowl in 2012 after leading the team in tackles with 95 and recording 11 sacks, a career-high total.