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While Sensabaugh said he would be ready to play Sunday vs. Seattle, this is his third concussion in three seasons.
Sensabaugh visited the doctors Tueday and league rules prevent him from returning to practice until he is symptom free.
“What we really emphasize is just going through the procedures described,” coach Jason Garrett said. “It’s a medical decision. There are medical procedures, parameters we have to go through and we do that with any of our players really with any kind of injury. We’ll handle him the way we handle those situations and he’s a guy who loves to play football and seems to be getting better, so we want him to do something today.”
IRVING, Texas – Gerald Sensabaugh will be limited in today’s practice because of concussion-like symptoms following the season-opening win at the New York Giants.