- Todd Archer, ESPN Staff Writer
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IRVING, Texas -- Turns out the Dallas Cowboys will have an outside linebacker at the Pro Bowl after all.
Anthony Spencer was named as an injury replacement for Green Bay's Clay Matthews on Friday. Dallas' DeMarcus Ware was voted to the Pro Bowl for the seventh straight year, but he had recent shoulder surgery and was replaced by Minnesota's Chad Greenway.
Spencer's first trip to the Pro Bowl comes on the heels of his first double-digit sack season. In 14 games, Spencer led the Cowboys with 106 tackles and a career-high 11 sacks.