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Jerry Jones careful with Spencer vs. Ravens

Jerry Jones isn't certain how much Cowboys outside linebacker Anthony Spencer will play against the Ravens.

Following Thursday's practice at Valley Ranch, Dallas Cowboys outside linebacker Anthony Spencer said he would play Sunday in Baltimore.
 
Spencer was sidelined for the Cowboys' 34-18 loss to the Chicago Bears on Oct. 1 with a strained pectoral muscle. But despite his return to practice on Thursday, Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones isn't certain how much Spencer will play against the Ravens.
 
"A little concerned about Spencer," Jones said Friday morning during the Elf and Slater show on 105.3 The Fan [KRLD-FM]. "We've got several days here before we play, but how he does over the next few days will determine how much he plays. He'll play in our opinion."
 
Spencer said Thursday that he's "still a little sore" before adding that he wants to be "careful" with the injury.
 
Spencer has 21 tackles and two sacks in three games this season.

 
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