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Gerald Sensabaugh signs Cowboys tender

Dallas Cowboys restricted free agent safety Gerald Sensabaugh has signed his one-year, $1.815 million tender offer as what he hopes is a step toward getting a long-term deal done with the team.

“We are still very optimistic and extremely confident a long-term deal will happen,” Sensabaugh’s agent, Kevin Conner, told the Dallas Morning News. “Gerald wants to focus on the upcoming season and playing at a high level.”

The Cowboys reportedly want to work out a long-term deal with Sensabaugh, who started 15 games for the Cowboys last season and played through a broken thumb for much of the year. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has said, however, that the league’s uncertain labor situation makes it harder for him to commit to long-term deals.

Wide receiver Miles Austin is now the Cowboys’ only unsigned restricted free agent.

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12 Responses to “Gerald Sensabaugh signs Cowboys tender”
  1. JerryJonesMoney says: May 27, 2010 7:15 PM

    sensabaugh is a player…you dont hear much about him because he is consistent id rather forget he’s there than hear him getting beat all the time COUGH(roy williams/ken hamlin) dude will only get better…wheres all the people talking about the cowboys signing another problem child from last year at?? living in dallas we dont hear anything from this percieved “problem child from jacksonville”

  2. Mike_in_Texas says: May 27, 2010 7:17 PM

    Who is he?

  3. Chapnasty2 says: May 27, 2010 7:22 PM

    Well if they learned anything from Ken Hamlin it is not to sign guys after one good year.

  4. mikeorclem says: May 27, 2010 7:24 PM

    he ain’t a Free safety if he is gettin paid…what a farse..

  5. mlan08 says: May 27, 2010 7:25 PM

    I like Gerald Sensabaugh I think he played well for Dallas last year. (except for that one play against the Vikes) He has a good all around game, and before everyone talks smack about him, (a lot of hater out there) they should look at some game tape of the last few years of Roy L. Williams in that spot. Gerald was a nice upgrade and at a nice price. With a team full of stars and plenty of other players who get paid like stars (when they aren’t) it’s nice to see solid talent at a fair price. I hope we lock him up long term but, not at a Ken Hamlin, Marion Barber, Roy Williams’ asking price.

  6. Blarch says: May 27, 2010 7:38 PM

    I am also very confidence. I am especially calmness.
    C’mon fellas, you look like idiots when you post things with stupid errors. I will fix your errors for free. I don’t even want any access or any ability to jump the gun or anything, I’ll just read every article as they appear on your site, then submit a list of corrections that you have to apply upon pain of death. 24/7 I will fix your stuff so that I don’t feel so embarrassed pointing people to your site.
    I’m serious, you guys need to fix these stupid errors. The worst thing is that you just leave them there. Djeez.

  7. TheToolofTools says: May 27, 2010 7:41 PM

    No “long – term deal” is ownerspeak for leverage against the union.
    I think the NFL owners take the fan base for granted.
    They just proved it.
    Playing a Super Bowl in New York is the worst idea ever.
    But it’s New York, so you throw all sensible business models out the window.
    Cleveland built a new stadium, they didn’t get a Super bowl.
    Why Not?
    The official “warm weather / indoor stadium” excuse has been officially nixed.
    Someday an owner will sue for the Super Bowl after this stupid move.
    Super Bowl in Philly?
    Why not?
    If Minnesota gets a new (outdoor) stadium and gets a Super Bowl, all bets are off.
    It will make the Ice Bowl look like the Pro Bowl in Hawaii.
    Get the retractable roof Hornheads.
    This opens up a huge can of worms for the NFL because if a high powered offense gets shut down sloshing around in snow…. IT’S GOING TO SUCK !
    But hey.. it’s New York… so the game will be great no matter what… right?
    I can’t imagine what those ticket prices are going to be…. I wouldn’t go if you gave them to me.

  8. willsanity209 says: May 27, 2010 8:11 PM

    LMAO @ what Blarch said. =D
    You’re so right though, it looks very unprofessional.

  9. lgwelsh1 says: May 27, 2010 9:20 PM

    The reason you dont hear about him is he is actually doing his job. He is a solid player and very consistant which you need on any football team.

  10. Hacken says: May 27, 2010 10:48 PM

    isn’t he the same guy who said that “i don’t think anybody can beat us on how the way we are playing right now?”……. HE GOT BURN BY SIDNEY RICE FOR A TOUCH DOWN! TORCH!!

  11. dakotah says: May 28, 2010 7:49 AM

    and Viking fans everywhere are cheering.

  12. .Vox Veritas. says: May 28, 2010 9:29 AM

    “and Viking fans everywhere are cheering.”
    Lord knows why, they’ve never won jack shit.

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