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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.

Cowboys release safety Gerald Sensabaugh after four seasons

Safety Gerald Sensabaugh has been released to slice still more money off the Cowboys bloated payroll. Sensabaugh has started at safety for the Cowboys the past four seasons. His release means the get out from under his $3 million base salary in 2013.

NFL Update: Week Seven

Former Tar Heels Bruce Carter and Gerald Sensabaugh returned to the Carolinas this weekend, as the Dallas Cowboys visited the Carolina Panthers. Carter totaled five tackles from his linebacker position, while one went for a loss. Sensabaugh also made five stops. On the year, Carter has 32 tackles and a pass defended, while Sensabaugh has 17 tackles in the secondary.

NFL Update: Week One

In the opening game of the 2012 season, Bruce Carter tallied five tackles and Gerald Sensabaugh added three of his own to lead the Dallas Cowboys over Hakeem Nicks and the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants 24-17. Nicks hauled in four catches for 38 yards. Shaun Draughn recorded his first career touchdown along with 29 yards on six carries in a losing effort for the Chiefs.

Cowboys: 5 questions With Gerald Sensabaugh

The Cowboys have yet to settle the free safety position, a battle that will likely go throughout camp. But they're rather set at strong safety in Gerald Sensabaugh: he signed a five-year, $22.5 million contract late last season. While it appeared he could miss some practice time because of minor knee surgery, Sensabaugh has been cleared and is ready to go.

Gerald Sensabaugh gets five-year deal with Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys agreed to terms on a five-year, $22.5 million deal with starting free safety Gerald Sensabaugh on Friday. Sensabaugh, who has signed one-year contracts with the Cowboys over the last three seasons, will get $8 million guaranteed, including a $4 million signing bonus.

Gerald Sensabaugh returning to Cowboys

Gerald Sensabaugh will be another familiar face in an unfamiliar defense for the Dallas Cowboys. The unrestricted free agent safety re-signed Wednesday with Dallas, getting a $2.5 million, one-year contract to return to the Cowboys instead of a longer-term deal he had hoped to get from them or another team.

Dallas Cowboys will let Gerald Sensabaugh test market

The Cowboys are ready to say goodbye to defensive end Marcus Spears, almost six years after Bill Parcells took him in the first round of the Big Tuna’s first draft class in Dallas. ESPN.com’s Calvin Watkins also reports that safety Gerald Sensabaugh will be allowed to test the market. Both players are six-year veterans and were stuck as restricted free agents last year.

NFL Update: Week 15

Gerald Sensabaugh registered a sack, three tackles and an interception in the Cowboys' win over the Redskins 33-30. Hakeem Nicks reeled in six catches for 63 yards and a touchdown, but the Giants' squandered a big lead falling to the Eagles 38-31. Cam Thomas posted a sack in San Diego's 34-7 win over San Francisco Thursday. Julius Peppers and the Bears square off against the Vikings on Monday Night Football.

NFL Update: Week 6

St. Louis' Jason Brown and Indianapolis' Jeff Saturday helped pave the way for offenses that rushed for over 100 yards in wins. Meanwhile, a pair of Cowboys had big days, as Gerald Sensabaugh made seven tackles, including one sack, and Jesse Holley made his NFL debut and was a part of three special teams tackles.

NFL Update: Week 3

Former centers Jeff Saturday and Jason Brown helped lead their offenses to explosive days in key victories. Meanwhile, Dallas' Gerald Sensabaugh collected seven solo tackles and New England's Brandon Tate racked up 189 all-purpose yards. Star defensive end Julius Peppers and the Bears take on the Packers on Monday Night Football in a battle for the NFC North division lead.

NFL Update: Week 9

A slew of former Tar Heels will be in action tonight when Denver meets Pittsburgh in a big Monday night game. The Steelers' Willie Parker, Jeff Reed and Greg Warren will challenge Richard Quinn and the Broncos tonight. Safety Gerald Sensabaugh helped lead the Cowboys' over the Eagles last night 20-16. Sam Aiken, New England- 7th year wide receiver pulled down two receptions for 17 yards as the Patriots knocked off Miami 27-17.

NFL Update: Week 3

Centers Jason Brown and Jeff Saturday each anchored their offenses to collect over 100 yards rushing. Running back Willie Parker found the endzone in the Steelers' loss to the Bengals. Three Tar Heels will be in action tonight as Carolina hosts Dallas in the Monday night game. Julius Peppers and Hilee Taylor are seeking the Panthers' first win as Gerald Sensabaugh and the Cowboys come into town.

Dallas Cowboys add S Sensabaugh

Having already said goodbye to safety Roy Williams and unsure if they will say hello again to Keith Davis, the Cowboys agreed to terms with Gerald Sensabaugh on a one-year, $1.75 million deal. The Cowboys are looking at having Orlando Scandrick play a hybrid safety/cornerback spot this season opposite Ken Hamlin, but Sensabaugh is a true safety.

NFL Update: Week 14

Julius Peppers, Hilee Taylor and the Panthers faced off against Ryan Sims and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Monday night for control of the NFC South Division. In other action, David Thornton recorded eight tackles and forced a fumble in 28-9 win over the Browns. Gerald Sensabaugh recorded his fourth interception of the season in a 20-13 loss to the Chicago Bears. Sam Aiken, New England wide receiver, caught one pass for six yards in 24-21 win over Seattle.

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