Gerald Sensabaugh has been fighting through pain since suffering a sprained foot in the Cowboys’ victory over Washington on November 20, but this week, he is forgoing any medication in order to better prepare for next Sunday’s match-up with the Cardinals, a game in which Sensabaugh is expected to play.
Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas reported on Wednesday that Sensabaugh will likely take some pain medication prior to kickoff on Sunday--as he did for the Thanksgiving Day game against Miami--but until then, he intends on toughing it out in practice.
On Wednesday, the veteran safety was a full participant in practice, but he was admittedly slowed down by the injury.
"I did everything. I did everything. I was slow," Sensabaugh said, per ESPN Dallas. "But I did everything. I'm trying to go this week without taking a shot, I don’t want to do anything for practice, I just gut it out for practice [and] when it comes down to game-time I’ll really get it loosen up and get ready to roll. It's just an injury a little something, nothing big."
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