Gerald Sensabaugh wouldn’t mind returning to Dallas. He wouldn’t mind leaving, either, of course. But there is one thing he’s certain of, and that is that he’s ready for a big fat paycheck, wherever that may come from. Sensabaugh has said before that he would test the market when free agency begins, and he didn’t appear to have any intention of changing his mind in a recent appearance on ESPN 103.3’s Galloway and Company.
"I’m going to make myself available to all 32 teams, shop myself around and see exactly what happens," Sensabaugh said, per ESPN Dallas. "I’m just really excited about my chance to cash in."
Sensabaugh’s enthusiasm is fairly well-founded. He is coming off of a career year, in which he posted a career high 5 interceptions, 71 tackles and two sacks. Aside from that, he comes available as many teams have a need for a veteran presence at safety. Like the Houston Texans, for one--whose defense is being led by a familiar face for Sensabaugh.
"I could definitely see that if Dallas doesn’t work out," Sensabaugh said. "Wade’s a good guy, I already know his system and it would be an easy transition for me. I wouldn’t have to learn anything new, and at the same time, I’d be able to help the other guys learn Wade’s system. I could see that becoming an option."
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