Cowboys’ safety Gerald Sensabaugh was forced to miss a handful of organize team activities and all of the team’ mini-camp last month with a nagging right knee injury, and though head coach Jason Garrett never seemed to think it all that serious, Sensabaugh apparently thought it serious enough to undergo arthroscopic knee surgery earlier this month.
Now, according to sources in contact with ESPN Dallas, Sensabaugh’s status for the beginning of training camp has been thrown into question as a result of the rehab required following such a procedure.
The team is reportedly hopeful that Sensabaugh will be able to report for rehab during the pre-training camp mini-camp for rookies and selected veterans at Valley Ranch on July 25, and then will be healthy enough to participate when camp opens in proper in Oxnard, California on July 30.
Entering his eighth season in the league, Sensabaugh signed a five-year extension with Dallas last December. In 2011, he recorded 75 tackles, two interceptions and three passes defensed, while adding two forced fumbles.
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