Gerald Sensabaugh is on the way out in Dallas.
Sensabaugh, a safety who started 15 games for the Cowboys last season, will be released, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The cap-strapped Cowboys will save about $1.4 million on this year’s salary cap by getting rid of Sensabaugh. The move comes just 15 months after Sensabaugh signed a five-year extension.
The 30-year-old Sensabaugh becomes an unrestricted free agent as soon as the release is official, giving him a one-week head start in finding a new team before the beginning of full-scale free agency next week.