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July 30, 2011

Absence made the heart grow fonder for Marcus Spears, owner Jerry Jones said.


Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said knows the fan base is not excited about the team's moves at defensive end with the signings of Marcus Spears and Kenyon Coleman.
But Jones said the team and coaches are excited, especially about the return of Spears.
It's ironic that the Cowboys thought so little of  Spears that they paid him less than his backups last season only to realize his true worth they had to play without him due to injury.
"Spears is a plus I might have had a wonder about," Jones said. "I just didn’t know if we would be able to get him. We probably underrated Spears until we didn’t have him. We got a little shively (that’s what he said) on the side after he got out of there. So we’re glad to have him. I know the team is. I know the coaches really are."

Clarence E. Hill Jr.

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