Ex-Dallas Cowboys safety Gerald Sensabaugh might not be out of work for very long. The man who has spent his entire career in Texas has some potential suitors in the Tennessee Titans and Arizona Cardinals, according to ESPN.com.
Tennessee has a glaring need at safety after letting Jordan Babineaux walk and has to fill that vacancy. They have already addressed a few of their other issues with guard Andy Levitre and tight end Delanie Walker coming to the Music City.
Out west, the Cardinals are in a very similar situation. Arizona cut long-time star Adrian Wilson, opening up a spot in the secondary for someone younger. Sensabaugh, 30, would be a good fit to help complete a backfield that already features star Patrick Peterson.
Last year, Sensabaugh registered 62 tackles but failed to come down with an interception. His best campaign was in 2010, amassing 71 tackles and a career-high five interceptions.