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Cowobys to Allow Spears and Sensabaugh to Test the FA Market

ESPN Dallas reports that a couple players will be allowed to test the free agent market by the Cowboys, including Marcus Spears.

The Cowboys will let defensive end Marcus Spears and safety Gerald Sensabaugh test the free agent marketplace before offering those players new deals, if at all, a source close to the team said Monday. The Cowboys have interviewed several defensive ends and safeties at the Senior Bowl and national scouting combine as possible replacements. Spears said during the season he wants to return, but he’s seeking a long-term contract and was willing to test free agency. Sensabaugh signed with the Cowboys in 2009 after spending four seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He started 14 games in 2009 and had only one interception but 10 pass breakups.


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One Response to “Cowobys to Allow Spears and Sensabaugh to Test the FA Market”

  1. Derek says:

    Who are his stats from 2009 relevant 2 years later? His numbers were greatly improved in the 2010 season.

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