The Dallas Morning News is reporting that the Cowboys have agreed to terms with Gerald Sensabaugh. Sensabaugh is an unrestricted free agent who started 13 games for Jack Del Rio’s Jaguars. He was originally a fifth round pick of Jacksonville. Some had speculated that this move may be made due to the familiarity with Dave Campo the Cowboys secondary coach, and Joe Decamillis the Cowboys special teams coach, both coaches held those same positions for Jacksonville during Sensabaugh’s tenor there.
The 25 year old strong safety piled up 70 tackles and 4 interceptions in his 13 starts last year for Jacksonville. In his short career Sensabaugh has totaled 141 tackles, and 6 picks. His size at 6’0, 204lbs, is more fitting than Orlando Scandrick who has been rumored to be slated to move into the free safety position.
According to the report Gerald will be in Dallas today to take a physical, and if he passes then they will make the move official. This move will also mean that Ken Hamlin will remain at free safety where he is better suited because of his sometimes questionable tackling.