Jason Garrett was surprised when he heard Gerald Sensabaugh was retiring. The 29-year-old safety got calls from a couple of teams after he was released by the Cowboys in March, but he announced his retirement Thursday by signing a one-day contract with the Cowboys.
Sensabaugh played eight seasons, the final four with the Cowboys.
"I think he has football left in him," Garrett said Friday.
Garrett said he hasn't talked to Sensabaugh, but the next time they speak, Garrett said he will tell Sensabaugh just that.
"He's a young football player, with a lot of football left in him," Garrett said. "One of things is line one in football is the desire to do it. It's a hard, physical game, and if you don't really want to do it, you're in the wrong profession. He's had a very good career, and I wish him certainly the best. He's been a good player for us the last few years."
-- Charean Williams