Cowboys vs. Chiefs 2013 inactives: Anthony Spencer to play in Kansas City

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The Cowboys will get Anthony Spencer back on Sunday against the Chiefs.

The Dallas Cowboys travel to Kansas City to take on the surging Chiefs in a battle between two closely-matched teams hoping to build off big victories in the first week of the season.

The Cowboys have had injury concerns at various positions throughout much of camp and into Week 1, but the team should be relatively healthy as far as active players go for the first time this season. Quarterback Tony Romo, wide receiver Dez Bryant,cornerback Morris Claiborne and defensive end Anthony Spencer will all be active on Sunday, along with offensive guard Brian Waters.

Here are the inactives for both teams:


Cole Beasley, WR
Joseph Randle, RB
Ernie Sims, LB
David Arkin, G
Brandon Weems, T
Andre Smith, TE
Caesar Rayford, DE


Tyler Bray, QB
Chad Hall, WR
Dunta Robinson, CB
Nico Johnson, LB
Eric Kush, C
Josh Martin, LB
Jaye Howard, DL

Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. ET.

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