Cowboys' Sensabaugh retires

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Free agent safety Gerald Sensabaugh signed a one-day contract with Dallas on Thursday, so he can retire as a member of the Cowboys.
Sensabaugh, who turns 30 in June, ends an eight-year NFL career spent evenly with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Cowboys. He was a fifth-round pick in the 2005 draft by Jacksonville.
He spent the past four years in Dallas, and signed a five-year extension in 2011 season worth $22.5 million. He was waived after the 2012 campaign, saving the Cowboys about $1.5 million against the salary cap.

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