After releasing Roy Williams and with Keith Davis shopping his services on the free agency market, the Cowboys had a need for some safety help. According to the DMN blog they got it by way of a former Jacksonville Jaguar.
The Cowboys took a step toward filling a hole in their secondary by agreeing to terms with safety Gerald Sensabaugh on a one-year deal Tuesday.
Sensabaugh, 25, started a career-high 13 games last season in Jacksonville and was credited with 82 tackles to go with four interceptions and four pass deflections. A fifth-round pick in 2005 by the Jaguars, Sensabaugh played in 50 games with 24 starts and had 168 tackles and six interceptions.
Sensabaugh has played for new special teams coach Joe DeCamillis and for Dave Campo in the past. So the Cowboys should know what they're getting. Sensabaugh has had some legal issues in the past, mainly for driving violations and guns.