According to a source, restricted free agent safety Gerald Sensabaugh is not participating in the team's offseason conditioning program, which began on Monday
It could be because he has not yet signed his restricted free agent tender.
His agent Kevin Conner indicated as much in an email: "Gerald is not under contract at this present time. However, he is working out 6 days (twice a day on somedays) a week to ensure he maintains his high level of play for the upcoming football season."
But that hasn't stopped the other restricted free agents from participating in the team's "voluntary" offseason conditioning program.
Even defensive end Marcus Spears, who is unhappy with the tender he received, is participating.
Of course, Sensabaugh could be looking to test the market. Connor indicated a few weeks ago that several teams have expressed interest in his clients. So far, no visits or contract offers have been made to legitimize the interest.
The Cowboys put the second-round tender Sensabaugh, which would pay him $1.81 million in 2010. If the Cowboys choose not to match an offer, they would receive a second-round draft pick as compensation.