Sensabaugh signed his second-round tender offer, worth $1.815 million on Thursday. In his first season with Dallas, Sensabaugh posted ten pass deflections, an interception and 81 tackles--good enough for eighth on the team--while playing in 15 games.
Sensabaugh missed the team's week five contest in Kansas City with a broken thumb.
Owner / general manager Jerry Jones was impressed enough with this performance to state earlier this year that signing Sensabaugh to a long-term deal was among the team's highest priorities this offseason.
After four seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the team that selected him in the fifth round of the 2005 draft, Dallas signed Sensabaugh in March of 2009 as a free agent.
With today's signing, Pro Bowl wide receiver Miles Austin stands as the team's sole unsigned restricted free agent.
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