Safety Gerald Sensabaugh has seen his share of head injuries since joining the Cowboys back in 2009, and this week, he’s dealing with yet another one.
Sensabaugh reportedly suffered a concussion in the team’s 24-17 week one victory over the Giants last Wednesday, forcing him to miss practice on Monday as he was being examined by a doctor. He will see a doctor again on Tuesday, hoping that this second visit might result in him being cleared to practice and, ultimately, play in Dallas’s week two matchup with the Seahawks in Seattle.
This is the third concussion for Sensabaugh (that we know of) in the last three seasons. He suffered one each in 2010 and 2011, and the three injuries are separated by a span of less than a calendar year each.
Meanwhile, safety and special teams ace Danny McCray returned on Monday after missing the Giants game with a stinger, and believes he’ll be good for the team’s trip to the Pacific Northwest.
"For the most part, it's gone away," McCray said this week, per ESPN Dallas. "I have to keep improving day by day, but I'm good enough to play."
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