That's what team vice president Stephen Jones told Dallas radio station 105.3 The Fan on Wednesday.
"We have a great quarterback and he deserves to be paid,'' Jones said. "We have a good quarterback and we want to reward him. He's in the last year of a contract and our goal is to not let the quarterback run out of contract.''
He also said that talks were still "informal," but that had better change soon because the 'Boys are running out of time. Free agency starts on March 12 and without a new contract in place for their franchise quarterback, they probably won't be able to re-sign Anthony Spencer.
On to what else is being talked about in the NFC East:
From Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News: The Cowboys won't be looking for a quarterback early in the draft.
Also from Archer: But they might actually consider bringing back Doug Free.
From Paul Tierney of Giants 101: John Mara doesn't think this will be Tom Coughlin's last season.
From Bleacher Report's Theodore Vouyiouklakis: A case for Hakeem Nicks over Victor Cruz.
From CSN Philly's Reuben Frank: Dennis Dixon's contract is all about incentives.
From Paul Domowitch of the Philadelphia Daily News: A look at potential defensive back draftees for the Eagles.
From Mike Jones of the Washington Post: The Redskins have begun initial talks on re-signing their own free agents.
From Sarah Kogod and Mark Maske of the Post: London Fletcher is still deciding whether to play next season.
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