Cowboys’ safety Gerald Sensabaugh wasn’t seen at practice on Tuesday, as he continues to recover from a sprained foot suffered in the victory over the Redskins on Sunday, but he still has designs on playing in the team’s Thanksgiving Day game against Miami this Sunday at Cowboys Stadium.
Sensabaugh has reportedly been wearing a protective boot on the foot this week at Valley Ranch, but the veteran safety isn’t all that concerned about the injury.
“I’m alright,” he said this week, per the Dallas Morning News.
Asked if he would play on Thanksgiving Day, he said, “I plan on it.”
Head coach Jason Garrett said wouldn’t be surprised if Sensabaugh played through the foot injury, citing the veteran safety’s history of playing through any number of ailments in his time with Dallas.
"As you guys know, it's a short week, so this game will be here before you know it," Garrett said. "Gerald has a history of playing being able to play through some different injuries, so hopefully he can do that again."
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