Cowboys’ safety Gerald Sensabaugh believes he’s due a solid payday once the NFL’s free agency period begins, but he doesn’t know when it’s going to come, or for that matter, where.
Really, it’s easy to see why.
Sensabaugh posted five interceptions in 2010, 57 tackles and two sacks--all career highs. Unfortunately for him, Dallas didn’t seem to take much notice, as they watched the lockout approach and go into effect on the expected date without offering the veteran safety a new deal. With free agency now on hold, Sensabaugh can only wait and hope that a team took notice of his work.
"To be honest, I have no clue what that means," Sensabaugh said recently of the Cowboys’ decision to hold off on offering him a deal, per NFL.com. "I tried to give them every opportunity to (re-sign) me that I could (before the lockout).
“But I'm just looking forward to going into free agency. I'll be open to going back to the Cowboys, but I'm going to go out there and see what options I have and what will be the best fit for me.”
Stay on top of the latest Dallas Cowboys news with NBCDFW.com. Follow NBC DFW Sports on Facebook or have breaking Cowboys news sent directly to your phone with Blue Star SMS alerts. Text "bluestar" to 622339 (NBCDFW) to subscribe to this free service. Read more about it here.