Sensabaugh Says He'll Play, Despite Concussion Symptoms

Safety Gerald Sensabaugh missed practice on Monday, but says he will play Sunday against the Seahawks.

Sensabaugh said he has concussion-like symptoms, which likely stemmed from Wednesday's game with the Giants. The veteran free safety played the entire game, but apparently suffered the injury late in the game.

The Cowboys are somewhat thin at safety already with Matt Johnson out with a hamstring injury and Danny McCray missing last week with a shoulder/stinger injury. McCray could return to action this week, but the Cowboys only have Barry Church and Mana Silva as healthy safeties. Cornerback Mario Butler has played some safety during training camp as well.

With Monday's practice being an extra walkthrough, the Cowboys don't officially get back into full swing until Wednesday, the first day they will fully prepare for the Seahawks. Wednesday's practices are typically full-padded, so there is a chance Sensabaugh could be held out, but could return later in the week.

Sensabaugh missed most of the Detroit game last year with a concussion he sustained in the first half.

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