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10:06 PM ET 05.09 | Veteran NFL safety Gerald Sensabaugh, a fifth-round pick of the Jaguars in 2005 who spent four years in Jacksonville and four years with the Dallas Cowboys, announced his retirement on Thursday. Sensabaugh was released by Dallas on March 4 in order to save cap space and has instead decided to call it a career rather than sign with another team. He started 60 games for Dallas over the last four years. Sensabaugh did not start much over his first three seasons with the Jaguars, but he managed to win a starting job at strong safety in 2008, recording 66 tackles and four interceptions. The Cowboys then signed Sensabaugh to a one-year deal to replace Roy Williams at strong safety, and he has been a regular in the secondary ever since.

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May 10, 2013  05:52 PM ET

Well good luck 43, I hope you take Jerry Jones with you...

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