According to Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com, the Dallas Cowboys are are allowing defensive end Marcus Spears and safety Gerald Sensabaugh to test the free agent waters before they offer them new contract’s. The Cowboys have been looking at players at the Senior Bowl and the Combine for possible replacements for both.
Spears was replaced in the starting line up by Stephen Bowen during the 2010 season after injuring his left calf and was later placed on the injury reserve list. Spears was angry at the beginning of the2010 season because the Cowboys tendered him at his original first round pick pay of 1.226 million which was lower than Stephen Bowen and Jason Hatcher who were 2nd round picks.
Senesabaugh had a good overall year with 5 interceptions which led the team, however he was a member of a secondary that struggled all season, allowing teams to have 57 plays of over 20 yards. The Cowboys have looked to free agency yot possibly replace Seneabaugh, looking at Danieal Manning, O.J. Atogweand Abram Elam.
I personally have never been a Seneabaugh fan and feel that he was always too hot and cold, I however have enjoyed watching Spears over the years. So should the Cowboys bring either or these players back or just let them walk?