Cowboys safety Gerald Sensabaugh broke a thumb in college and missed only one game.
This time around, he might miss a few more.
Coach Wade Phillips said Monday that Sensabaugh will have surgery to repair a broken thumb he suffered on Sunday, and that he could be out up to four games.
Still, Sensabaugh is holding out hope of another one-game-only absence.
“He thinks he can
do the same thing,” Phillips said, per the Dallas Morning News. “It depends on how the surgery goes.
He has experience with it. He’s positive about it, but we’ll see.”
The Dallas Cowboys play the “Dallas Texans” (also known as the Kansas City Chiefs) on Sunday.
We’ll picking Dallas to win in the weekly NBC/PFT picks.