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Sensabaugh's scheduled base salary was $3 million, which would have been fully guaranteed had he still been on the roster by March 12. While the transaction saves another $1.4 million in cap room, it leaves the secondary without a solid player who had started 60 games for the Cowboys over the past four years.
The decision to move on from Sensabaugh is the latest reminder that owner/president/general manager Jerry Jones has struggled mightily in his high-priced efforts to find an impact safety. Roy Williams and Ken Hamlin also collected monster paychecks only to flame out in Dallas.
The clock is ticking.