The Dallas Cowboys released safety Gerald Sensabaugh, and he apparently is going to find a home faster than his former defensive coordinator, Rob Ryan, who promised to be out of work for “like 5 minutes,” and it took more like a few weeks.
But the Tennessee Titans are looking at the former Dallas Cowboys safety Gerald Sensabaugh according to ESPN Dallas. The Titans’ secondary coach Brett Maxie was in Dallas and worked with Sensabaugh and knows him well.
There are also rumors that the Arizona Cardinals are interested, and having just released veteran Adrian Wilson they certainly have a void in their secondary. In Sensabaugh’s eyes it’s hard to imagine Arizona being a desirable situation to walk into.
Sensabaugh was a solid player for the Cowboys with 62 tackles and six pass break ups, but the Cowboys didn’t like the lack of plays he made on the ball. He is a versatile player and could play either safety position.
Though between the Cardinals and the Titans, Tennessee has to be the favorite to land Sensabaugh. He’ll turn 30 this summer but should still be able to provide a few more quality years for his new team.