If the Cowboys don’t want them, it appears the Redskins will be happy to take them.
After reaching a deal yesterday with former Dallas defensive tackle Jason Hatcher, the Redskins are trying to finalize a deal with his teammate Anthony Spencer now.
The Cowboys haven’t made much of a move for Spencer since franchise-tagging him a year ago, and Hatcher said they didn’t indicate they wanted him either.
“[The Cowboys] didn’t show no signs that they wanted me back,” Hatcher told KRLD-FM, via ESPN.com. “I know the fans are upset. They should be. They have all the right in the world to be. But I made the right decision for me. If we could’ve made it work out we would’ve, but I’m in a great place with the Redskins, a great organization. I’m looking forward to getting back to football.”
Hatcher got a four-year, $27.5 million deal with the Redskins after his career-best 11.0-sack season.
Which makes it clear somebody wanted him.