According to George, the Cowboys have no plans to get into a bidding war for Spencer, even though he believes Dallas and Spencer are a good fit.
The Cowboys would instead prefer to re-sign him on another low-risk deal, but that seems unlikely given the number of teams currently interested in signing him.
Spencer, 31, was once a prized free agent who received the Cowboys franchise tag back in 2013.
However, he unfortunately suffered a season-ending ACL tear during the first game of the season, which forced him to sign a one-year, prove-it contract with the Cowboys.
In 2014, Spencer recorded 23 tackles, a half sack, a forced fumble, and a recovery for a touchdown over the course of 13 games. Pro Football Focus has him rated as the No. 21 defensive end in 4-3 defense out of 59 qualifying players.
We have Spencer listed as the No. 92 player in our Top 100 Free Agents list.