Jettisoned in a cost-cutting move last week, former Cowboys safety Gerald Sensabaugh is reportedly drawing some sincere interest from a pair of teams.
According to Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas, both the Tennessee Titans and Arizona Cardinals are giving serious looks to the veteran, who spent four seasons in Dallas after coming over from Jacksonville as a free agent back in 2005. As Watkins points out, there is a connection in Tennessee: former secondary coach Brett Maxie is now a secondary coach with the Titans.
In 2012, Sesnabaugh posted 58 tackles--his lowest total since coming to Dallas--three passes defended and a forced fumble. He failed to record an interception for the first time since coming to Dallas as well.
Sensabaugh recorded 270 tackles, eight interceptions and three forced fumbles over his four seasons with the Cowboys.
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