Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Sensabaugh is a little slow at practice
By Calvin Watkins
IRVING -- Gerald Sensabaugh is battling a sprained right foot suffered Nov. 20 at Washington.
Last week, vs. Miami, Sensabugh played in pain, despite taking a pain injection. He was credited with four tackles.
He's practicing as much as possible this week at Valley Ranch but not taking any pain medication because he will do that only for a game. Sensabaugh is expected to play Sunday afternoon at Arizona.
"I did everything. I did everything. I was slow," he said after Wednesday's practice. "But I did everything. I'm trying to go this week without taking a shot, I don’t want to do anything for practice, I just gut it out for practice [and] when it comes down to game-time I’ll really get it loosen up and get ready to roll. It's just an injury a little something, nothing big."
There was a thought Sensabaugh wouldn't play Thanksgiving Day because he missed three days of practice. The Cowboys had a short week because of the Thanksgiving Day game, but Sensabaugh went through an extensive rehab period to get ready to play.