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Former Tar Heel Gerald Sensabaugh Arrested

Safety Gerald Sensabaugh of the Jacksonville Jaguars spent part of Monday morning in jail in his hometown on misdemeanor charges. Police in Kingsport, Tenn., said Sensabaugh made his $750 bail on misdemeanor charges of speeding and carrying arms about two hours after his arrest around midnight. No other details about the arrest were immediately available.

Now in NFL, former D-B star visits with Washington Elementary students

Bryce Barrett's show-and-tell presentation would have been hard to top. "This is Gerald Sensabaugh," the first-grader told more than 80 fellow students on Thursday. "He plays for the Jacksonville Jaguars." Luckily, Bryce's guest was the only one on tap, as Sensabaugh spent more than an hour speaking at Kingsport's Washington Elementary.

Competition strong at safety

One moment, it's Mahlon Carey. Then it's Trimane Goddard. Those two defensive backs are in what North Carolina football coach John Bunting labels a "dead heat" for the starting strong safety position vacated by Gerald Sensabaugh.

Jacksonville Jaguars sign Gerald Sensabaugh

Former North Carolina strong safety Gerald Sensabaugh signed a three-year deal with the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars on Wednesday, his agent, Kevin Conner, confirmed Thursday. Neither Sensabaugh nor Conner would reveal the deal's financial terms, but Conner said Sensabaugh was "relieved" to have a deal in hand with Jacksonville's training camp starting on July 29.

Five local players picked on second day of draft

UNC center Jason Brown, safety Gerald Sensabaugh, and fullback Madison Hedgecock were selected Sunday on the second day of the NFL draft.

Brown, Sensabaugh, Hedgecock Drafted

With just five picks left, fullback Madison Hedgecock was drafted by the St. Louis Rams in the seventh round, joining center Jason Brown (Baltimore Ravens) and safety Gerald Sensabaugh (Jacksonville Jaguars) to complete North Carolina's 2005 NFL Draft class.

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