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Topic - Marcus Spears
All that time off watching from the sideline last season, all those offseason practices he led, even getting married _ none of it could shake Tony Romo from his habit of reckless gambles that turn into costly late-game mistakes.
Marcus Spears was prepared to accept the real possibility that he might have played his last game for the Dallas Cowboys.
The daily routine was different for the Dallas Cowboys on Wednesday, one of the small changes coach Wade Phillips hopes will make a big difference Sunday.
Dallas Cowboys left guard Kyle Kosier is expected to miss at least a month because of a sprained knee, making it two offensive linemen lost to injuries this week.
Cowboys defensive end Marcus Spears will miss the rest of training camp and possibly the start of the regular season with a sprained left knee.
"I think we've already been doing that as players," he said. "Whatever facet you can get better in and whatever you can do to become productive and start winning, then that's the whipping that you should be giving yourself. We are grown men. It's never been Wade's way to come in and close all the doors and start bashing and cursing. That's never been our way, and when you are winning none of that is even talked about."
Spears said if anyone needs a whipping, "you go give it to yourself."