Sensabaugh was hopeful he could get a new contract from the Cowboys at the start of the season but the team took care of only Miles Austin in terms of a new deal.
Now with the season over, it seems Sensabaugh will test the market which is uncertain with the owners and players working on a new collective bargaining agreement.
"I'm not worried about it, we'll see what happens," Sensabaugh said. "It's odd but I can't really control that. The way I am I will let that stuff play itself out and try to get better as a player."
The Cowboys could let Sensabaugh get an offer from another team before deciding whether to match or surpass it. If the team drafts a safety, they have the ninth pick of the draft, it could also change their thinking.