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Cowboys sign safety Sensabaugh to five-year extension

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The Dallas Cowboys have signed safety Gerald Sensabaugh to a five-year contract extension.

The Dallas Morning News reported the deal was worth $22.5 million, with $8 million guaranteed.

It's the first multiyear deal with the Cowboys for the seventh-year pro, who has 12 interceptions and 335 tackles in 93 career games, including 65 starts.

A fifth-round pick by Jacksonville in 2005, Sensabaugh, 28, spent his first four seasons with the Jaguars before coming to Dallas. He had a career-high five interceptions last season.

Also Friday, the Cowboys placed running back Phillip Tanner on season-ending injured reserve with a hamstring injury. Receiver Andre Holmes was activated from the practice squad to fill Tanner's roster spot.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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