Former Cowboys safety Gerald Sensabaugh was very critical of the Cowboys “home” crowd on Sunday. Sensabaugh joined Shan & RJ on 105.3 The Fan and revealed that the 49ers fan invasion was no fluke.
105.3 The Fan is getting word that the Cowboys signed safety Gerald Sensabaugh to a one-day contract today, allowing him to retire as a Dallas Cowboy.
The organization has an appreciation for Sensabaugh, too. But this move saves them about $1.4 million on the 2013 cap and frees them of $3 million in total.
Cowboys outside linebacker Anthony Spencer will make $8.8 million this season with his franchise tag, and safety Gerald Sensabaugh expects to be ready for training camp after arthroscopic knee surgery.
It’s the first multiyear deal with the Cowboys for the seventh-year pro, who has 12 interceptions and 335 tackles in 93 career games, including 65 starts.
Seeing him leap over the center and leap again to block a field goal, then seeing him snatch a deflected pass for an interception later in the same game reminded the Cowboys of why they ended up bringing him back.
Gerald Sensabaugh had an interception and a hand in a special teams touchdown for Dallas, Tony Romo connected often with Dez Bryant, and the Cowboys beat the Minnesota Vikings 23-17 in a preseason game Saturday night.
After giving up a franchise-worst 436 points last season, the Dallas Cowboys are depending on basically the same defense to be better this year.
Unrestricted free agent Gerald Sensabaugh is returning to the Dallas Cowboys to fill one of their safety spots.
Gerald Sensabaugh talked today about the role of safeties in the wake of the NFL fining 3 players a whopping total of $175,000 for hard hits. “We’re taught to try and get lower than a […]
Anybody here? The locker room was pretty much vacant today after the loss to the Bears yesterday. Your official team spokespeople were Igor Olshansky and Gerald Sensabaugh. No card games today as usual. There are […]