This time last year, the Dallas Cowboys’ highest stated priorities were signing receiver Miles Austin and safety Gerald Sensabaugh to long-term deals. Of course, Austin received his big payday in June, with a six-year, $54 million extension; Sensabaugh, on the other hand, never got a deal, and now finds himself more or less in the same position he was in at the outset of last offseason.
As such, there’s a good chance the veteran safety will test the market.
"I'm not worried about it, we'll see what happens," Sensabaugh said, per ESPN Dallas. "It's odd but I can't really control that. The way I am I will let that stuff play itself out and try to get better as a player."
The Cowboys will have an opportunity to match any offer to Sensabaugh, who, along with Sam Hurd, Marcus Spears, Jason Hatcher and Stephen Bowen, is poised to become an unrestricted free agent with the season over.
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