Dallas Cowboys: Roosevelt Barnes
He's left Roosevelt Barnes and he will sign with Jordan Woy, according to a source.
The Cowboys placed the franchise tag on Spencer at a cost of $8.8 million. Spencer hasn't signed it because he would like a long-term deal. But the Cowboys and Barnes were unable to reach an agreement on a new contract.
In 2011, Spencer was second on the team with six sacks and 31 quarterback pressures. He led the team with four forced fumbles and was tied with Sean Lee with eight tackles for loss.
Today starts the voluntary offseason program at Valley Ranch and it hasn't been determined if Spencer will arrive. Several other NFL players who have been franchised -- Matt Forte, Drew Brees and Ray Rice -- are not expected to show up for the start of their teams' voluntary offseason work.
UPDATE: Spencer did not attend Monday's workouts.
MORE FROM ESPN DALLAS
12/29/2013 - FINAL
2013 NFC EAST STANDINGS
- Fathead Jason Witten Wall Graphic
Play Podcast ESPN NFL reporter Ed Werder weighs in on what it's like to cover the Cowboys, Dallas' management, how Scott Linehan will change the team's offense and more.
Play Podcast Three-time Super Bowl champion Daryl Johnston talks about his health, whether he enjoyed playing in the Super Bowl, distractions that come with the game, what the week leading up to the Super Bowl is like and more.
Play Podcast Two-time Super Bowl champion Bill Parcells weighs in on why a windy Super Bowl favors the Seahawks, officiating in the NFL, Richard Sherman's conduct after 49ers-Seahawks, whether the Cowboys need a GM to succeed and more.