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Gerald Sensabaugh retires


Gerald Sensabaugh is retiring as a Dallas Cowboy. Cut by the Cowboys in March, Sensabaugh has elected to walk away from the game instead of looking to play for another team in 2013. He signed a one-day contract Thursday to retire with the team. He joined the Cowboys in 2009 as a free agent after spending his first four years in Jacksonville. (ESPN.com)

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