Jordan Woy, the agent for linebacker Anthony Spencer, tweeted on Friday that his client has accepted the franchise tag the Dallas Cowboys placed on him earlier this week, guaranteeing him $10.6 million for next season.Woy said Spencer will sign the franchise tender in the next week and they will focus on negotiating a long-term contract extension by the July deadline.The Cowboys also tendered a restricted free agent offer to safety Danny McCray, guaranteeing him a one-year deal of $1.323 million for 2013.The Cowboys can match any offer to McCray in free agency but won’t receive any draft-pick compensation if he leaves. — Clarence E. Hill Jr.Briefly • Cardinals: Five-time Pro Bowl safety Adrian Wilson was released, saving the team $3 million. Wilson, 33, was a third-round draft choice by Arizona in 2001. • Jaguars: Cornerback Aaron Ross, a former Texas Longhorn, was released just one year into a three-year, $9.75 million contract signed last March. Ross, 30, started nine games last season but none after Week 13. The Jaguars also released safety Dawan Landry, who signed a five-year, $27.5 million deal two seasons ago. • Chargers: Safety Atari Bigby, who started his career in Green Bay, was cut, saving the team $1.5 million. • Panthers: Cornerback Chris Gamble, who played four games last season before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury, was released. Gamble was due to earn $7.9 million in 2013. • Dolphins: Quarterback Matt Moore has agreed to a 2-year, $8 million contract to remain in Miami and back up starter Ryan Tannehill. This comes a day after receiver Brian Hartline signed a six-year, $30.775 deal.