That didn’t get you very excited, did it? Despite a big to do about the free agent period, the Cowboys’ activity has mostly consisted of re-signing players. They continued that trend today by bringing back safety Gerald Sensabaugh. As of now, their only major off-season addition is Kenyon Coleman. Still, the move to bring back Sensabaugh has been widely expected and probably wise.
There are two things I like about this deal. First, Sensabaugh is signing a one year, $2.5 million dollar deal. I’d much rather sign Sensabaugh for $2.5 million than Roman Harper for $30 million. Secondly, even with his flaws, Sensabaugh is an improvement over Church an AOA. Word is that the team is still in the running for Abram Elam, though there is clearly a disconnect on money.
Even though Gerald got off to a terrible start last season, he finished the year on a good note. He is also a veteran presence to help the Cowboys’ young safeties develop. I expect them to add Elam and then be done for the most part.